12th May 2022

Welcoming 4 New Start-ups to the Geovation Scotland Accelerator Programme

Millie Smith

Geovation Scotland are thrilled to welcome 4 new geospatial and PropTech start-ups to their funded Accelerator Programme run in partnership with Registers of Scotland and Ordnance Survey.


About the Geovation Scotland Accelerator Programme

Launched in 2019 to support Scottish entrepreneurs, the Programme provides founders with access to land and property data, mentoring, and funding to propel their start-ups to the next level for up to 12 months.

To date, Geovation supports Scotland’s economy with businesses involved in the year-long programme so far raising over £600k of additional funding and investment and 17 full-time jobs.

Student Bubble were on the previous Geovation Scotland Accelerator Programme, they focus on supporting students and property managers in the student rental market. Olivia Dovernor, CEO & Co-Founder of Student Bubble said of the Accelerator “The tailored workshops and time spent on the Geovation programme has really helped to establish our company and, to plan for growth from the start. This all while opening doors to key connections who are at the core of our business model”.


Ready to meet the new start-ups?

The 4 companies accepted onto the latest cohort of the Geovation Scotland Accelerator are:


Carly Morris, Head of Geovation, said: “We are delighted to welcome these new start-ups to The Geovation Scotland Accelerator.

“Our mission is to bring innovations and disruptors together to create a driving force that leads the charge in geospatial innovation because we know that innovation can play a key role in tackling the biggest challenges facing society including the climate crisis.”


About Registers of Scotland

Registers of Scotland (RoS) is the government department responsible for compiling and maintaining registers relating to property and other legal documents in Scotland. RoS records and safeguards the rights of the individual while providing open access to information on the registers.

Find out more about Geovation Scotland here.


We’re excited to follow the start-ups journeys and see them grow!