£500,000 for digital firm
Incremental to double workforce after grant support
The company has set up office in Glasgow’s Tontine building, now a centre for technological innovation.
Led by former Lockheed Martin BTS chief technical officer and current chairman of The Data Lab, Neil Logan, the company currently employs 40 staff in Aberdeenshire and Glasgow.
It has plans to employ 180 staff and build revenue to £20 million within three years. Clients are mainly in oil and gas, manufacturing and the public sector.
Mr Logan, said: “The Regional Selective Assistance support will really help us accelerate our plans to build a new kind of digital technology business.
“I know we will only achieve this if we employ brilliant people and Glasgow is a great place to be for digital talent.”
Business Minister Paul Wheelhouse, said: “Incremental Group is a great example of Scotland’s growing digital economy.”
Adrian Gillespie, head of growth companies at Scottish Enterprise, said: “Scotland’s digital economy is growing fast, with huge opportunities available to innovative and ambitious technology companies such as Incremental Group.”
Incremental Group last year received financial backing from Maven Capital Partners and the Scottish Investment Bank.