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February Ukie Hub Crawl

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Ukie Hub Crawl: Getting Investment Ready – Cardiff

The Hub Crawl is back in Cardiff for a second year on the 25th of February 6pm-9pm! Come and join fellow games folk to network and identify new opportunities/strategies to support the growth of your business.

This year’s Hub Crawl will focus on helping games business get investment ready. This will consist of a series of free events, located all around the UK, bringing games businesses together to learn about types of investment, with practical guidance on business planning, pitching and growth.

After each session there’ll be a chance to network, share ideas and have a drink/pizza with your peers. This provides the perfect platform to get to know people/businesses within your area.

This is a free event open to anyone involved in the games industry. Please feel free to invite your colleagues, friends and associates.

Register for free here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cardiff-ukie-hub-crawl-getting-investment-ready-tickets-54000115800

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Open for Business! Bristol Games Hub is Go!

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“I achieved more in my first day at the Hub than I did in 2 years working from home.”                                              Peter Simon, Hub Resident

Bristol Games Hub is a non-profit organisation that runs shared office space in Bristol, where game development studios, freelancers and academics share resources, skills and expertise, while they create and study games.

We are based on an open and collaborative model of participation, which means residency in the Hub is about being part of the wider gaming community.

We run game-related events including game jams and hacks, socials, training and networking, talks, presentations and unconferences.

We have a large open studio at 77 Stokes Croft, Bristol, the home of a few Banksy’s and an open air street art gallery.

Desks are priced from £90 per month all inclusive.  There are options available for hot-desking from day rates to a weekly or fortnighly basis.  Contact us for prices.

If you would like to talk to us about commissioning games, running an event or any game-related activity, or to rent desk space, please contact Debbie Rawlings; debbie at aurochdigital dot com

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A screenshot of the OGMO level editor, from a game jam in Bristol