A young Glasgow entrepreneur, who set up an online memory sharing platform for family members in care, has won £100k from Scottish Edge to help develop the business further.

Cameron Graham, from Netherlee, Glasgow, founded StoriiCare last year and since then the business has gone from strength to strength. 

StoriiCare is an online platform which allows carers to record memories and allows family members to interact with loved ones who are in care.

As reported by the Evening Times, Cameron and the StoriiCare team have had great support from Scottish Enterprise, Business Gateway, Informatics Ventures, Glasgow City of Science and Jobs & Business Glasgow.

Cameron was also selected as a Rising Star at the Strathclyde Enterprise Hub, as well as winning £1,000 in the Santander Digital Pitching Competition.

He also received a great deal of support from Dr. Calum Forsyth from Strathclyde University who has experience helping numerous start up businesses.

StoriiCare has even been recognised across the pond after Graham travelled to California to pitch to a range of venture capitalists with the hope that the business could gain more traction.

Yesterday he revealed that StoriiCare had won the impressive sum of money at the final round of the Scottish Edge competition which took place Thursday, December 14.

Scottish Edge provides finance & support to some of Scotland's most innovative & brightest start up businesses.

The 23-year-old posted the news that he had won on Facebook, he said: "Best way to start my Christmas back home - winning £100k at Scottish Edge last night! Scotland really is one of the best places in the world to start a business. If I can do it, anyone can!"