Last night Selesti were celebrating with the Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) after another successful Brainchild business idea competition reached a climax, with independent PC game producers Split Path Studio being presented 1st place.
This was the 5th annual running of the competition, this year offering the entrants the chance to win £1,000 cash and thousands more in mentoring support and services provided by the sponsors on the judging panel, made up of local businesses from different market sectors.
As well as website consultancy, advice and services, we will be helping Split Path Studio tighten their business plan and guiding them on digital work to go ahead with as they lead up to their first game's launch, due July 2014.
Tom, Head of Client Services here at Selesti, has presented annual seminars at NUA and helped judge the competition since its inception in 2009. During the final presentations, Tom questioned the contenders on the feasibility of their marketing strategy and any plans to use digital and social media as a means to further their prospective businesses.
This year's panel featured Chair Simon De-Lacy Adams, partner at Lovewell Blake, and James Tarling, partner at Steeles law; both of whom have also been involved with Brainchild every year since it was launched.
If you want to find out more about the winning team at Split Path Studios, or want to find out more about our web consultancy, why not get in touch?