Both reports are being discussed at an event in London today (Thurs 25th) with Ed Vaizey, MP, Shadow Culture Minister and key individuals from the video games sector. Jonathan Kestenbaum, NESTA’s Chief Executive, says:
“Through a blend of robust evidence and practical research we’ve worked with the sector to devise strategies that ensure the UK remains at the forefront of global video games development.”Ed Vaizey MP had the following to say on the matter:
“The video games sector has a key role to play in the 21st century economy. Understanding how to convert creative talent into business success is essential if we are to realise the full potential of video games and the wider creative industries. I welcome this useful report and the insights it offers into how to do this.”You can download the reports yourself on NESTA’s website.