The British Interactive Media Association (BIMA) is calling for responses to its new questionnaire.
BIMA, the trade association representing the UK interactive industry, aims to represent the different areas of the interactive media industry, according to its website. It is designed to act as a portal between government, corporates and creative media; seeks funding to promote the interests of UK new media abroad; and sets up opportunities for training, networking and recruitment.
It elected a new executive committee in May this year, and is using the questionnaire as an opportunity to gather ideas by asking where it can improve and in which areas it currently provides value.
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