Eagle Eye Selected to Join Cohort 1 of the London & Partners Grow London Global Programme

Eagle Eye, a leading SaaS technology company that creates digital connections enabling personalised, real-time marketing, has been selected as one of the 100 companies in Cohort 1 of the London & Partners Grow London Global Programme, supported by the Mayor of London and the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF).

The international scale-up programme is designed to help London’s fastest growing technology companies that are at a sufficiently advanced level of growth to expand globally. The programme will support Eagle Eye in unlocking its own global growth ambitions through accessing the programme’s range of workshops and connection into its network of corporates, partners, and investors, and to its trade missions.
Eagle Eye has been selected as part of the Creative Industries Sector which includes businesses from RetailTech, Advertising & Marketing, eCommerce and AdTech.
The programme builds on the success of the Mayor’s International Business Programme, which, since 2017, has helped more than 1300 London businesses to scale, raised more than £6.5bn in investment and created over 5000 jobs. The programme’s alumni include scale ups such as Monzo, Checkout.com, and What3Words. London & Partners, the international trade, investment, and promotions agency for London, launched Grow London Global in response to the need to scale support to London businesses in the context of the dramatic change in the economic and geopolitical climate in the past seven years.
The programme has been endorsed by the UK ScaleUp Institute as a "best in class" export programme for scale up businesses.
Tim Mason, CEO of Eagle Eye, said:
We are excited to have been selected as part of the Grow London Global programme as we see significant opportunity for Eagle Eye internationally, as demonstrated by our growing overseas customer base. The programme has a reputation for delivering a high-quality export programme and has supported some of London’s fastest growing tech companies which are globally recognised brands in their fields. We look forward to capitalising on the further opportunities this programme will bring.”