Stellar Omada partner with Hearts

9th December 2021

Heart of Midlothian Football Club is pleased to launch a new partnership with Stellar Omada.

Stellar Omada, Scotland’s fastest growing tech company, becomes a Community Sponsor of the club, supporting a range of Heart of Midlothian’s programmes in the local community.   

Stellar Omada will sponsor a new club within the Heart of Midlothian Innovation Centre in 2022, aimed at inspiring the next generation to consider a career in technology.  Through the new partnership, Stellar Omada will also become a supporter of Hearts Women’s front of shirt partnership with Scotland Women in Technology.  Supporters can also expect to see Stellar Omada’s branding on matchdays at Tynecastle Park, starting this weekend as Hearts take on Rangers.

Colin Frame, Managing Director of Stellar Omada, said:

“Stellar Omada’s partnership with Hearts demonstrates our commitment to inclusion and skills development in Scotland. We’re delighted that we have this opportunity to help deliver a programme through Hearts’ Innovation Centre, and we’re very aware of the impact this will have on the community and the youngsters in it. Stellar Omada is Scotland’s fastest growing technology company - we do things differently and it makes a difference. Our partnership with Hearts is a fine example of this ethos, both organisations share values that help us work well together.”

Ann Park, Hearts’ Director of Community and Partnerships, added:

“We are thrilled to welcome Stellar Omada to Hearts.  The opportunity to partner with Scotland’s fastest growing tech company excites us greatly. This is the start of a relationship which has great potential to expand in the coming years. Colin and his team have built a significant new force in Scotland’s growing fintech sector and their astounding growth is underpinned by sound values which are very well aligned to our own.

"Stellar Omada is creating employment in Scotland’s burgeoning digital economy and their partnership with Hearts will offer great opportunities for young people to take their first steps to building the vital skills required to secure employment in the future.

"Colin and his team are committed to helping us to level the playing field to enable groups who are not well represented in the sector to participate. We are therefore delighted that they have chosen to support our Innovation Centre and our initiative with Scotland Women in Technology.”

To find out more about Stellar Omada, click HERE.