26 November 2019

Fifteenth company moves to Inverness Campus

A spin out company from the University of Aberdeen, MIME Technologies has moved into Solasta House on the Campus.

MIME focuses on technology which supports cabin crew when medical emergencies occur on flights. This helps cabin crew to quickly assess and communicate in-flight medical emergency data.

MIME recently received a welcome boost after securing  investment funding from the Scottish Investment Bank and Equity Gap. The company is now recruiting for new staff to expand its Inverness team.

MIME’s new home will be within the NEXUS suite at Inverness Campus which provides accommodation for SMEs in the life sciences, health and technology sector offering them an innovative and flexible environment where the business can grow. NEXUS is funded by the Inverness City Region Deal and the European Regional Development Fund Scotland Programme 2014-2020.

 Since its public opening in 2015 Inverness Campus has seen rapid progress. Led by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, the vision for the development was to create a high quality environment where businesses could collocate and collaborate with academic and research organisations. The proximity to NHS Highland has also been a strong draw for many. Around 900 people now work at Inverness Campus.

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Read more about MIME technologies at   https://mimetechnologies.com/news/

For further information on Inverness Campus: www.invernesscampus.co.uk