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Short term interns platform beats fund-raising target

Morrow brothers: building partnerships

A Scottish start-up which provides a platform for short term internships is expanding after a successful funding round. 

Udrafter –  short for the University Draft – was founded by brothers Luke and Daryll Morrow and launched in Aberdeen last year.

After closing their latest funding round 30 days early after it was oversubscribed, they have opened an office in Edinburgh as they expand into the Central Belt. It has already received a £10,000 Scottish Edge Award.

The Udrafter platform offers businesses the chance to engage students looking for paid work experience on a range of projects from as little as two hours in length. It allows them to receive high-quality work at a relatively low cost and avoids tying up existing staff.

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