Is Immersive Tech the Tonic We’ve Been Waiting For?
14 September 2018
Sarah Ticho, founder of Hatsumi shares her thoughts on the current challenges and opportunities for development of the immersive healthcare sector.
September Funding round-up
4 September 2018
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 throughout September.
Join the Department for International Trade at the leading global trade show for the attractions industry and raise your company profile on an international stage. Applications close 14 September.
Could your project be eligible for one of the UK’s Creative Sector Tax Relief schemes? Find out more about the Video Games Tax Relief (VGTR) and Animation Television Tax relief (ATR), and their application with the immersive tech sector.
August Funding round-up
31 July 2018
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 throughout August.
Get your exclusive Immerse UK member ticket to join us at VRLO on 15 August for an evening of networking with the movers and shakers of the immersive tech sector. You’ll also be able to get to try out some incredible demos and hear from fantastic speakers.
Immersive technologies – predicted to be a $160 billion market in the next three years – are fast becoming essential tools for advanced manufacturing according to a new report launched by the UK’s High Value Manufacturing Catapult at Farnborough on 19 July 2018.
There are over 160 Universities in the UK, many specialising in and becoming world leaders at immersive tech research. So how can our UK businesses tap into this expertise? Immerse UK’s Fiona Kilkelly shares her thoughts.
Immerse UK’s Fiona Kilkelly shares her overview of the current round of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund competitions and highlights where there are even more opportunities for immersive tech businesses.
With the aim of helping UK companies collaborate with Irish companies innovating in immersive tech, Immerse UK ‘s Fiona Kilkelly presented at AR/VR Innovate in Dublin.
As the Immersive Economy in the UK Report highlights, UK immersive businesses are well places to export. What could this mean for a future working relationship with India?