The basement floor of the EICC was teeming with activity, mainly t-shirted young things with the fresh-faced enthusiasm of a freshers’ week gathering.
Driven to lowering motor costs Jamie MacSween wants to make a difference to the motor insurance business and believes he is well on the way to changing the way drivers buy policies. His mission is simple: to cut the cost of motoring by giving insurers more information on their customers through newly-developed software which he […]
Hothousing tech talent for public good As at most gatherings of tekkie people there was much talk of disruptive technology, of daring to be different and innovative. It comes with the territory. And it’s infectious. Alexander Holt was wearing a broad smile as he stepped up to open the CivTech Demo Day 2.0, its IT […]
Cracking the hospitality code Julie Grieve has just flown back into Edinburgh from London where her travel technology business had been exhibiting at a trade show and conference. It was an important event, helping to raise the company’s profile ahead of what promises to be another year of transition. She is due at another meeting […]
Update on Data Protection Bill In September the UK Government introduced the Data Protection Bill which is intended to form the centrepiece of the UK’s data protection strategy, post-Brexit. But it also deals with a number of issues relating to the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the UK. If you have […]