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Gang of four head to Birmingham Science Park

29th June 2012

Katherine Preston with the science park's latest intake

Katherine Preston with the science park's latest intake

FOUR new ‘tech’ start-ups have each received a £10,000 incubation package at Birmingham Science Park’s Entrepreneurs for the Future Centre (e4f).

A total of 58 companies are currently based at - or have graduated from - the business incubation centre, 13 of which specialise in digital gaming.

wallFour, Jamo Games, We Wana and Untyped will receive expert advice and mentoring to achieve investor readiness, as well as telephone, internet and office space at Birmingham Science Park for free for ......for the full story register now for free or login below...

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