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Great little article about our crowdfunding

19-Mar-2020

Crowdfunding for restaurant tech at a time of Covid-19: An Edinburgh success story

Daily Business

14-Feb-2020

Payments firm ePOS Hybrid crowdfunds a further £100k

ePOS Hybrid Launches Crowdfunding Campaign

13-Feb-2020

The tech startup hopes to attract new investment as backers look to take advantage of an ‘extraordinary’ demand for its products.

Scottish Financial News

13-Feb-2020

Edinburgh-based tech start-up ePOS Hybrid is launching a month-long crowdfunding campaign in a bid to raise £250,000 to help support the company’s ambitious growth trajectory.

Edinburgh Evening News

13-Feb-2020

The hospitality-focused fintech, which aims to revolutionise the food and drink industry with its customised electronic point of sale (ePOS) products, has pushed the button on a month-long crowdfunding campaign to “rapidly scale” its operations and boost marketing and sales activities.

Diner tech developer increases client base by 800%

27-Aug-2019

Hospitality tech start-up ePOS Hybrid has smashed its own growth targets by boosting its client base by 800% to 60 companies.

Tech start-up celebrates rapid growth just months after launching

27-Aug-2019

ePOS Hybrid (@eposhybrid) has seen rapid growth just months after launch with several key appointments helping to drive the company forward.

Tech start-up celebrates rapid growth just months after launching

27-Aug-2019

The point of sale tech allows restaurants to fully automate customer orders and payments

ePOS Hybrid Celebrates Rapid Growth Just Months After Launch

27-Aug-2019

An ambitious Scottish start-up has smashed its early growth targets months after launching thanks to the rapidly-growing appetite for its advanced point-of-sales system.

Tech start-up celebrates rapid growth just months after launching

27-Aug-2019

Edinburgh start-up ePOS Hybrid boosts client base by 800%

TECH START-UP CELEBRATES RAPID GROWTH JUST MONTHS AFTER LAUNCHING

27-Aug-2019

An ambitious Scottish start-up has smashed its early growth targets months after launching thanks to the rapidly-growing appetite for its advanced point-of-sales system.

ePOS Hybrid Celebrates Rapid Growth Just Months After Launch

27-Aug-2019

The startup claims to have created the “world’s most advanced” electronic point-of-sale system for small to medium sizes businesses in the food and drink sector.

Tech start-up celebrates rapid growth just months after launching

27-Aug-2019

An ambitious Scottish start-up has smashed its early growth targets months after launching thanks to the rapidly-growing appetite for its advanced point-of-sales system.

Tech start-up celebrates rapid growth just months after launching

27-Aug-2019

The accelerated growth of the business has been down to a series of high-quality appointments, with the sales and marketing team expanding from one person to a five-strong unit over the past three months and 20 employees in total.

Edinburgh start-up ePOS Hybrid boosts client base by 800%

27-Aug-2019

Edinburgh start-up ePOS Hybrid has boosted its client base by 800 per cent thanks to rising demand for its advanced point-of-sales (POS) system.

Edinburgh start-up ePOS Hybrid boosts client base by 800%

27-Aug-2019

Edinburgh start-up ePOS Hybrid has boosted its client base by 800 per cent thanks to rising demand for its advanced point-of-sales (POS) system.

Tech start-up celebrates rapid growth just months after launching

27-Aug-2019

An ambitious Scottish start-up has smashed its early growth targets months after launching thanks to the rapidly-growing appetite for its advanced point-of-sales system.

Scottish ePOS Hybrid announced beating targets by 800%

27-Aug-2019

A SCOTTISH tech start-up whose customised point of sale products could revolutionise the food and drink sector has smashed its client growth targets by 800% just months after its official launch.

Start-up smashes its growth targets

27-Aug-2019

Start-up smashes its growth targets

DIGITAL SCOTLAND LEAVES ITS MARK AND GLASGOW LEADS THE WAY

18-Jul-2019

Scotland has been thriving in the digital age. After all, upgrading society with digital tools has been the government’s ambition for years and, judging by Glasgow boasting a tech workforce of 29% in 2017, it seems to be succeeding.