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News | Round-up September 18

Double Eleven Releases Minecraft Dungeons – Creeping Winter! 

Seen as though it’s #NationalCodingWeek, we want to give a shout out to Teesside’s own Double Eleven for its new release of Minecraft Dungeons – Creeping Winter. 

The team at Double Eleven is ‘kicking ass and making games’ with its new release of Creeping Winter! Players can experience an icy biome, take on freezing mobs, and find cool items to take their game to new heights. 

Both DLC packs are included in the physical retail version of Minecraft Dungeons – Hero Edition, so “Go forth and fight the freeze!”  

Find out more here. 

 

Salesfire Expands into Second Office 

Salesfire, the local wiz’s in conversion rate and website personalisation, has expanded into its second office in Sixteen/26, Albert Road, Middlesbrough.  

As the team moves in floor 2, Salesfire is expanding both the Telesales and Business Development team and looking to hire 10 Telesales and five Business Development Managers, wow!  

Rich Himsworth, CEO said: This has been a long time coming and it’s so exciting to see the company grow at such a quick pace.  

“Although we would have liked to have launched under different circumstances, we’re excited to enter 2021 with a brand new space for the team and plenty of room for our continued growth.” 

As the pandemic rules are becoming stricter, a launch party was a no go. However, the team has been delivering gift packages to its neighbours, which you can see here. 

For more details on how to apply to its new roles, click here. 

 

Tech Nation Growth Programmes Open Applications  

Tech Nation, the national network for tech entrepreneurs, has opened the applications for three of its growth programmes; Rising Stars 3.0. Upscale 6.0 and Future Fifty 9.0. 

Tech Nation describes its Rising Stars programme as the UK’s most exciting early stage scale up competition which will help early stage tech companies raise their profiles both nationally and internationally in an effort to attract investors, influencers and employees.

Applications close at 4pm on 20 October 2020.

The Upscale programme is designed to help businesses understand and accelerate their own growth. The course lasts for 6 months and is delivered by over 20 coaches.   

Applications for the Upscale Programme are free and close at 4pm on 27 October 2020. 

Finally, Tech Nation’s Future Fifty programme is the UK’s leading late stage growth programme designed to achieve goals on a global scale. This programme features a network of some of the UK’s most successful companies including Monzo, Bulb, Deliveroo, and Zoopla. 

Applications close at 4pm on 16 November 2020 and the programme is free to join.  

For more information on all three programmes or for more information on Tech Nation, click here  

 

Virtual Tees Valley Business Summit Urges Registrations 

Tees Valley Business, Tees Valley Combined Authority, Mayor Ben Houchen and the North East Enterprise Agency are coming together again for another instalment of the Tees Valley Business Summit, but with one difference.  

This year’s summit, taking place from 14 to 15 of October, will be entirely virtual, and organisers are urging Tees businesses to sign up either as attendees or as digital exhibitors.

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen, said: “Whether it’s supply chain opportunities, networking or learning new skills at one of the fantastic workshops, there’s something for every firm, big or small, no matter the sector.

“This event is key in getting our companies forge ever closer ties and work together, which will go a long way in making a stronger, more dynamic Tees Valley.”
  

For more information on the Tees Valley Business Summit, click here. 

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