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MIME Technologies Features in the Scotsman as MIME Pro is trialled at the BT Murrayfield Scottish Six Nations Rugby

Fantastic interaction with the British Red Cross as they agreed to trial MIME Pro at the BT Murrayfield Stadium on the opening weekend of the 2016 Six Nations Championship - Scotland V England. Featuring in the Scotsman Business, Nick Barr, Head of Events First Aid and Operations said: 

“the British Red Cross looks to incorporate new advances in technology wherever this can support our services. We have a wealth of experience in first aid provision and development, and were delighted to work with MIME Technologies to trial this new innovation in the field.”

The team are undertaking their Human Factors trial at a number of high profile events including the Edinburgh "Milathon", Marathon and similar sporting events throughout spring 2016.


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