The company, whose base in the Scottish capital has over 90 start-ups employing more than 600 people, says the new site in the Old Municipal Buildings in Stirling is being developed with Stirling Council as part of the city’s Digital District development.
Stephen Coleman, chief executive and co-founder of CodeBase, said: “In advance of our UK-wide rollout we are leveraging Stirling’s central location to provide scale‑up education, technology events and mentorship for Scotland’s digital companies.
“We are creating a hub that can drive real growth into the region and country, and believe Stirling can become an integral part of Scotland’s fast-growing tech scene with all the knock-on benefits – not least the potential for hundreds of jobs to be created in the city.”
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