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A MoU signed between gi-Cluster and Imaginove

Athens, 25th July 2016: During July a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Imaginove, the competitive cluster that federates and contributes to the expansion of projects and businesses belonging to the digital content industry in the French Rhône-Alpes region, and gi-Cluster.

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Futur en Seine 2016: business opportunities for the gi-Cluster members

Athens, 27th June 2016: The first Greek business delegation to ever participate in “Futur en Seine”, the largest European festival for Digital Innovation annually organised by Cap Digital, was “gi-Cluster labeled”. From 9 to 12 of June 2016, in the very center of Paris, the Greek Creative Tech Industry, represented by gi-Cluster’s delegation and supported by Enterprise Greece, the French Institute of Greece, the French Embassy in Athens and the Embassy of Greece in Paris, gained strong international visibility and reinforced the extroversion of its companies.

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gi-Cluster sets off for Futur en Seine 2016 in Paris

Athens, May 12 2016. Under the common theme “re:think creativity”, the gi-Cluster mission will be the first ever Greek business delegation to attend “Futur en Seine” the largest international festival for Digital Innovation organized every year by Cap Digital. This year, from the 9th until the 12th of June, visitors at the Innovation Village, will have the opportunity to meet the creative minds behind the rising Greek industry, discover the dynamic performance of highly innovative cluster members and explore the steadily growing potential of this vigorous slice of Greece’s economy.

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gi-Cluster: Greek Creative Industries reach European top

Athens, 19 April 2016: With the scope of bringing together Greece's creative talent and building bridges with the Cultural and Tourism industry, gi-Cluster - the Gaming and Creative Technologies & Application cluster -, in just five years since its initiation, climbed the European ladder and is now among only the few Creative Industries clusters globally, with a "Gold Label" for cluster Excellence.

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gi-Cluster welcomes Athens School of Fine Arts as its newest member

Athens, 10 March 2016: gi-Cluster, continues its dynamic expansion and in the framework of its ongoing effort to incorporate all creative forces of the country, it welcomes the Athens School of Fine Arts as a new member. This new addition highlights on gi-Cluster’s dedication to bridge arts with the scientific and technological worlds, in pursuit of developing advanced, state-of-the-art prooducts and services for the international Creative Industries market.

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Tamasenco's "PeaceOFF" game included in Kongregate's "Hot New Games List"

Athens, January 15, 2016. Following only a week’s presence on Kongregate, the biggest game portal in the world, PeaceOFF was chosen among the hot new games list and was featured on the first page! PeaceOFF is the newest title released by Tamasenco – a gi-Cluster member - at the end of 2015 – and is the company’s second browser game in the category of fantasy / adventure RPG.

You can read the full announcement in Greece here.

gi-Cluster - Cap Digital: maturity of a common research & innovation strategy

Athens, 22 December 2015. The significant collaboration prospects between members of the gi-Cluster and Cap Digital were explored during the bilateral event which was successfuly held on December 17 in Paris. Members of the Greek gi-Cluster mission had the opportunity to meet with more than 60 representatives of French companies and organisations, wihtin the framework do the initiatives undertaken by the Corallia for further strengthening Greek-French relations in the creative economy.

Read the full Press Release in Greek (link). More information about the event available here.

The "Enigma" of gi-Cluster Game Jam 2015 was solved!

Athens, 15 December 2015. During the previous weekend, 11 to 13 December 2015, the gi-Cluster Game Jam 2015, the 4th Hellenic Game Jam, took place at a2-innohub, Maroussi Athens. Twenty five teams of 2 to 4 young innovators were invited to develop an electronic game under the topic “enigma”, a Greek word that refers to “a perplexing, usually ambiguous, inexplicable situation or/and person”.

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