Interactive Denmark has opened-up the fourth application round for Solid, a 12-week program targeting established Danish businesses working with games, apps or other forms of self-developed interactive IPs within learning and e-health or film, animation and books.
The Solid program consists of both individual workshops and professional counselling aimed at overcoming specific growth barriers for Danish companies – the focus is business development and not product development – further details about the program here (in Danish).
The Solid program is only open to companies with a Danish CVR-number, and a number of other criteria must also be met – learn more and apply here (in Danish). The application deadline is Monday, 8 June.
One company that benefited from taking part in the Solid program is Danish game developer Knapnok Games with their recently released Wii U title Affordable Space Adventures. According to Knapnok Games CEO Dajana Dimovska, the game might not have been successful if not for the resources made available through the Solid program.
Read the entire Solid case story about Knapnok Games here (in English).
Featured image above from Affordable Space Adventures, developed by Knapnok Games