Aberdeen companies awarded £180,000 at ScottishEDGE awards

Rotimi Alabi of RAB-Microfluidics
Rotimi Alabi of RAB-Microfluidics

Four Aberdeen-based companies were successful in last weeks ScottishEDGE awards and together were awarded £180,000.

Scottish EDGE is a competition aimed at identifying and supporting Scotland’s up-and-coming, innovative, high-growth potential entrepreneurial talent.

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FreshMex, a fast-casual style Burrito bar in Aberdeen serving fresh, fully customisable TexMex street food was awarded £60,000. The firm now has a 26-strong team and also operates a sit-in/takeaway food residency at a sports bar.

RAB-Microfluidics, diagnoses potential failure of heavy machinery which is critical to operations across many industries.  They were awarded £60,000 to help develop cutting-edge microfluidic ‘Lab-on-a-chip’ technology that delivers OCM analysis 1000x faster and 10x cheaper.

Tenzor Geo which has developed oil & gas exploration technology which allows operators to de-risk their drilling decisions, improve drilling success rates and maximise economic recovery was awarded £50,000.

Nexves, an app that sits on top of your current account to save you money, let you influence the growth of your wealth and give you bigger rewards was awarded £10,000.

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