We produce literature to keep our members informed about what we're doing and our Guides to and Need to Know leaflets give help and advice on topics such as Access to Finance and the Skills Investment Fund.
After the Government’s defeat on the Brexit deal and subsequent slim victory in the vote of confidence in Parliament, there is a chance that the UK could fall out of the European Union without a deal on the 29th March 2019.
Though we strongly believe that no-deal should be categorically ruled out as an option – and that most members of parliament have indicated that it is an undesirable option - we understand that businesses must make preparations for all eventualities.
That’s why we have pulled together this guide on how games and interactive entertainment businesses can prepare in case of a no-deal Brexit.
Make sure your games business is counted in official statistics.
The Creative Industries are worth an incredible £10m per hour to the UK economy: games are a huge part of that and will continue to grow.
But there are still some issues with the data used to count the games sector's contribution and we can do something to change this.
Accessing finance is a constant challenge facing games businesses in the UK. However, there is funding available if you know where to look. This guide provides a summary of where some of this funding can be found and how to make use of it, covering the most common sources of funding; public funding, tax reliefs, equity investment, and more.