Up to £17m of funding was launched on Monday 21 May; with the first two competitions from the ISCF £33m Audience of the Future Challenge opening for applications.
The study is the first of its kind to map the UK immersive sector. It highlights the sector is growing rapidly with 1,000 specialist companies across the UK with an expected turnover that could reach £1bn this year.
The UK is a global leader in the immersive tech sector. But how can the ISCF Audience of the Future Challenge Fund help to support our industry to grow and thrive?
If you are looking for new collaborators, business opportunities or to make new connections across a wide range of industries, our upgraded website will help widen your network. And it launches today!
The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) events aim to connect you to connect you to a network of business, academics and other innovation support providers. These events also share showcase innovations across all sectors of the UK economy.
As the immersive tech sector is growing at a fast rate, making sure that the industry has the skills, talent and best practice ways of working is crucial for its ongoing success….
How can arts and technology partnerships work effectively? The Royal Shakespeare Company’s Space to Play Report, is a a new research report that explores this issue.
The 75th Venice International Film Festival and the Production Bridge Finance Market are now open for submissions.
Looking for funding for your business innovations? We’ve rounded up the relevant public funding and competitions that have been announced and are open for applications in April and May.
Ajay Kathrani reflects on the results of the UK’s first Immersive benchmarking survey, including: Profitability Staff recruitment and costs Winning new business Knowledge is the lifeline of any business – it’s a…
Immerse UK, in association with The Accelerator Network, has launched a new infographic outlining growth in investment deals in AR/VR from 2016-17.
Learn more about the proposed £33m Challenge Fund for the Audience of the Future at one of our workshops. Organised by KTN / Immerse UK on behalf of Innovate UK and the Research Councils