A Business Management and Support Firm are set to create almost 400 jobs in Glasgow over the next three years.
Geniac, a start up, is being supported with £1.1 million of public funding and are set to offer HR, accounting, legal and insurance services to start up and Small Businesses.
The firm said that it intends to recruit for “highly skilled professional service jobs in Glasgow” with Scottish Enterprise supporting the company in its venture and development with Regional Selective Assistance grant funding.
The chief executive of Scottish Enterprise, Lena Wilson, said: “We are delighted to support Geniac’s growth through Regional Selective Assistance, creating 385 new jobs in Glasgow.
“We look forward to continuing our work with Geniac as they build their operations here in Scotland.”
Geniac co-founder, Eduardo Martinez, added: “We chose Glasgow as the base for our first Geniac centre because of the wealth of talent, support and academic acumen that exists in Scotland.
“We have started building strong ties with the local entrepreneurial community and look forward to enabling these new Scottish businesses reach their full potential.”