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7 October 2019
SME and start-up accelerator project, REACTOR, came to a close at the end of September 2019, after celebrating its final event on 12 September at Cambridge Junction. The project, led by Anglia Ruskin University and co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, has engaged with nearly 150 businesses since its inception in 2016.
31 July 2019
The REACTOR Project held its annual Showcase event on Thursday 20 June at the Cambridge Junction, concluding another successful year of supporting local SMEs and start-ups.
14 May 2019
As part of its events calendar, on 25 April REACTOR hosted a Big Gamification Pitch event at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Cambridge. The day-long Pitch saw seven competitors refine their concepts, develop their business, financial, and marketing plans, and hone their presentations, before taking to the floor for an afternoon of competitive live pitching.
12 December 2018
2019 will be the last year the REACTOR project will receive support from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), which is also set to be the best year of the REACTOR project yet!
10 December 2018
In November, REACTOR held two Concept Development Workshops. The first spanned two afternoons at the Holiday Inn, Peterborough, on 21st and 22nd November. The second took place at the Doubletree Hilton, Cambridge, on the afternoons of 28th and 29th November.
3 August 2018
Unveiling Connectivity as the theme for the Big Gamification Challenge 2019, REACTOR officially launched the Challenge for 2019 at the annual Showcase event in June and announced a new partnership for the coming year – with Cambridge Wireless (CW).
25 May 2018
On Thursday 24 May the REACTOR team hosted its Big Gamification Pitch event for SMEs and start-ups who are participating in the REACTOR project’s second annual Big Gamification Challenge.
4 April 2018
On two evenings during March the team from REACTOR hosted introductory seminars for individuals from local businesses who want to learn more about how the theories of game-play can be incorporated into small businesses’ products and processes to enhance experiences. The first seminar took place in Peterborough, on 7 March, and the second in Cambridge, on 28 March – in each city’s respective Allia Future Business Centre.
30 January 2018
Anglia Ruskin’s REACTOR launches new facility to help Cambridgeshire businesses
16 January 2018
Anglia Ruskin’s £1m project aims to grow applied gaming sector across the region