REACTOR Project Launches New Incubator Space

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The space will offer an environment for businesses to develop and refine their ideas with access to top-of-the-range software on hi-spec machines, alongside academic and technological expertise to help successfully transition innovative thought from concept to reality.

A launch party event is being held on 26th January 2018 at the Incubator Space in Compass House to mark the opening of this innovation support facility. People are invited to come along for games to play and worlds to immerse yourself in, created by Anglia Ruskin University Games Art students. The Incubator Space supporting academics and technical support staff, as well as visiting speakers, will also be available to discuss through ideas and concepts.

Jan Storgards, Project Director said:
“We are excited to launch our unique software makespace which will give SMEs and Startups access to top of the range tools from the games industry, adding distinctive value to their products and services”, Dr. Jan Storgårds, Director, Reactor

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn more about whether you are eligible for a REACTOR fund, and experience the benefits the of Incubator Space first hand, book your tickets now: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reactor-official-launch-of-the-incubator-space-tickets-41241074163

Date: Friday, the 26th of January, 2018.
Time: 17:00 – 21:00
Agenda: Agenda, and full list of speakers to follow.
Venue: Level 2, Compass House 104, East Road, Cambridge, CB1 1HL.

About REACTOR:
The REACTOR project, co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund and Anglia Ruskin University, are excited to announce the official launch of our Incubator Space, which is now open to enterprises to use as part of the project.

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