An Aberdeen graduate has won £10,000 for his start-up business.
Daryll Morrow, who completed his degree in Applied Social Sciences at Robert Gordon University, has been given the funding from Scottish EDGE, the UK’s largest business funding competition.
His successful idea was for an online platform to link students with industry, called Udrafter (The University Draft).
Udrafter won the Young EDGE category of Scottish EDGE Round 12 and he took home a £10,000 share of the £1 million prize pot.
He will also receive support from Scottish EDGE’s partner organisations to help fast track and grow the business.
Daryll, who runs the company with his brother Luke, said: “This is the first competition we have won as a start-up, and it really means a lot to us being part of such a prestigious competition like Scottish EDGE, who have helped hundreds of businesses achieve their ambitions across Scotland.”