|Founded in 2007, gumi Inc. (Tokyo Stock Exchange: 3903) is a leading global mobile game publisher and developer headquartered in Japan, with overseas operations in France, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and the United States. The company has proven success in launching titles worldwide, such as the widely popular role-playing games Brave Frontier and Phantom of the Kill. With ongoing publishing and development projects on various platforms, including iOS, Android, and more, gumi aims to change the world through innovative entertainment products and services, including both original content and collaborations with popular IP.|
|Nordisk Film is one of the world's first film companies and has its proud roots in the film studio in Valby, Copenhagen, where the company was founded by Ole Olsen in 1906. Nordisk Film is part of the Egmont Group - Denmark's largest media group with 6,300 employees and operations in 30 countries, producing high-quality content and digital innovation. The Egmont Group includes Egmont Publishing, which publishes more than 700 magazines, TV 2 Norway and Lindhardt and Ringhof. Egmont is a commercial foundation, which has a turnover of DKK11.6 billion and distributes more than DKK80 million per year for a better life for children and adolescents.|
|The purpose of the Finnish Virtual Reality Association (FIVR) is to advance virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) development and related activities in Finland. The association is for professionals and hobbyists of virtual reality. Our aim is to make Finland the best place in Europe to develop VR and AR.|
Business Finland, previously known as Tekes, is the most important public organization for innovation funding and export services in Finland. NXS has strong onboard expertise in Business Finland applications.