Four Seasons Health Care founder Robert Kilgour has invested a “five figure” sum in tech start-up business StoriiCare.

Robert has also joined the StoriiCare’s board as a non-executive director, the Scottish Daily Record reports.

StoriiCare founder Cameron Graham (pictured right with Robert) said: “Robert’s appointment and investment is a great step forward for StoriiCare as we continue to build the business.

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“His outstanding career, extensive experience and tested judgement in the care sector will prove invaluable.”

Robert added: “I am delighted to be both investing in and joining Cameron and his excellent team – their energy and enthusiasm is infectious and I look forward to us working together and having an exciting and productive time ahead.”

Glasgow-based StoriiCare, which was founded in 2014, provides a care management system which is accessible to families and friends.

Families are able to add notes to the care plan and can keep carers’ up to date on their loved ones needs.

Cameron Graham was recently named as the first Scottish technology entrepreneur to land a fully funded place on the We Are The Future’s 2017 Silicon Valley Accelerate Programme in San Francisco.

Cameron told Care Home Professional that StoriiCare was currently in negotiation with a number of large care groups throughout the UK.

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