Guests donned shorts, shades and Hawaiian shirts at the V&A in Dundee last night as a colourful awards ceremony marked the end of a hugely successful Summer of Games across the City of Discovery.
Chris Van Der Kuyl
A record number of Courier Business Awards entries meant it was the toughest year yet for the judging panel to create its shortlist.
The Dundee tech firm which has played a large part in the global success of the Minecraft video game made profits of more than £8 million last year.
Dundee-based games entrepreneur Chris van der Kuyl has called on Tayside and Fife firms to grasp “more than their fair share” of opportunities presented by the digital revolution.
A Dundee tech start-up has received a game changing investment from a group of angel investors that includes some of Scotland’s best-known digital entrepreneurs.
A Dundee-based videogames design studio is toasting its success after one of its titles surged past 176 million global sales, making it the best-selling game of all time, according to the most recent figures.
An enterprise hub which has been described as “transformational for the Dundee entrepreneurial community” has formally opened.
An awards ceremony celebrating rising talent in the UK games industry will be held at Dundee's new £80 million V&A museum later this year.
Summer of Games could ‘cement’ Dundee as international innovation hub and inspire budding local developers
A four-month gaming extravaganza in Dundee will "cement" the city as an international hub of innovation and inspire a new generation of budding local developers, industry figures have predicted.
Dundee businesses need to be successful ‘despite the V&A’, says supporter of Scotland’s first young entrepreneur centre
Michael Alexander visits Launch It Dundee - Scotland’s first Enterprise Centre to test and support young business ideas.