Lupovis was awarded £50,000 at the Scottish Edge during 18th Round of the competition.
Six companies supported by a flagship Strathclyde initiative to help alumni, staff and students commercialise business ideas have secured combined funding of £165,000.
Joining us with the awards are:
We are delighted to have been chosen for an award amongst these fantastic companies. Our CEO, Xavier Bellekens said, “We met a wide range of companies who are on the same journey as us and seeing the tremendous innovation in Scotland was inspiring”
Prior to the award, Lupovis had secured funding from: the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s (DCMS) Cyber Security Academic Start-ups Accelerator Programme (CyberASAP), which aims to translate academic research in cyber protection to commercial opportunities; Scottish Enterprise’s High Growth Start-up Programme and, CENSIS, Scotland’s Innovation Centre for Sensing, Imaging and Internet of Things.