Tecmark Works with Salford University Students



Tecmark is delighted to be working with Salford University BSc Computer and Video Games students during the academic year 2010-11.

Tecmark’s involvement will begin next week, when we present to the students about commercial project management and development.

Towards the end of 2010, students will pitch ideas (in Dragons’ Den style) to Tecmark, with the potential for the best idea to be developed.

Tecmark’s Managing Director, Richard Heyes, is delighted with the opportunity to work with the students, commenting:

“It’s always mutually beneficial for businesses to work with local academic institutions and this is no exception. The students will gain first hand exposure to the business world and a real insight into commercial development and we get to work with up and coming developers, with fresh, creative ideas.”

More about this partnership can be found on the Salford University website.

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