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SEP portfolio performs strongly in Tech Track 100

Three companies backed by Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) feature in the 2016 Sunday Times Tech Track 100 which ranks Britain’s fastest growing private technology, media and telecoms companies by sales. Online travel search company Skyscanner appears for the seventh consecutive year alongside car finance specialist Zuto and mobile patient communication and management solution provider Exco InTouch.

Calum Paterson, Managing Partner of SEP said:

“Sustained revenue growth of the level required by Tech Track 100 requires entrepreneurial vision, hard work and dedication. We congratulate all at Skyscanner, Zuto and Exco InTouch and are delighted to see their efforts being acknowledged in this way. Their recognition reinforces our position as the venture capital firm behind some of the UK’s most successful technology companies.”

Unquote has just announced that SEP has been shortlisted for the British Private Equity Awards 2016 in the growth and small buyout category. Voting is open to all and if you consider SEP a worthy winner then please vote here.