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The Scotsman (Dec 2018) - Gateway to investment programme supports Edinburgh start-ups

Eight business owners took part in Business Gateway Edinburgh’s Gateway to Investment course, which has resulted in 80 companies securing more than £2 million of investment since it began in 2015.


Insider (Jul 2018) - G-Hold strikes deal with Amazon

The Scottish inventor of the G-Hold tablet holder has struck a deal with Amazon for her company to be an accessory partner of the major global website. The deal means that consumers who buy the Amazon Fire will be shown the G-hold tablet holder product and given the opportunity to buy it. The deal with Amazon follows those with the Home Shopping Network on TV, Microsoft and Apple.

Insider (Apr 2017) - Inventor of G-Hold snubbed by Dragons' Den strikes deal with Apple and Microsoft

The Scottish inventor of the G-hold tablet holder which was rejected by Dragons' Den last year has signed new collaboration deals with tech giants Microsoft and Apple.  Single mum Alison Grieve, who launched G-Hold three years ago, saw her 'hand-hold' technology rejected by the hit BBC show last September. Despite the setback, which would have forced Grieve to part with equity in exchange for £75,000 in growth finance, sales continued to grow.








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