Each year Ukie embarks on an annual hub crawl pilgrimage across the UK, educating local people and games businesses on a specific topic, asked for by our members.
The Hub Crawl is back! Come and join fellow games developers and publishers and identify new opportunities and 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.
Ukie sets out four key asks for the Autumn Budget
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond announced last Autumn that the Government would be moving to a single fiscal event each year, doing away with the familiar twice yearly event. The move was welcomed by business groups and economists for helping to promote more certainty and stability.
The Chancellor delivered his Autumn Statement today, one of the occasions each year where the government makes major spending announcements.
Ukie wrote to the Chancellor earlier this month, setting out seven recommendations, centring around the games sector's access to public funding, skills and talent development, and trade and investment.
Member Blog: What will Brexit mean for European funding of the games industry?
by Osborne Clarke
Simon Neill (Competition, Partner), Ashley Morgan (Litigation, TKL) and Rebecca Malone (Competition, Associate).
More than six weeks on from the UK's EU referendum, uncertainty is still a defining feature of the economic and political climate. For the games industry, one of the major uncertainties is the status of European-based funding.