WELCOME TO THE LONDON CHAPTER OF THE GLOBAL ASSOCIATION FOR VR AND AR
The UK has the second largest video gaming industry in Europe, the fifth largest in the world, and is responsible for the release of some famous games including the Tomb Raider series. The U.K. also has a broad-minded attitude to job employment: university graduates are not tied to jobs relating to their degree programme and complete career changes are not unusual, creating an atmosphere of openness, exploration and flexibility. Together, this has all helped build interest in and experimentation with emerging technologies like VR/AR.
WHY JOIN VRARA LONDON?
Connect and build strong relationships with key players in the VR/AR ecosystem through VRARA or partner-hosted events.
Work with innovators in the VR/AR ecosystem across all verticals, from original content creators to innovative hardware companies.
Gain unlimited, exclusive access to VRARA research and publications, or, when applicable, receive discounts to third-party reports.
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As a VRARA Member, you get discounts to the following:
Jeremy leads PwC's VR/AR proposition, helping clients understand and quantify the benefits of VR & AR technology. On a personal level, Jeremy is invested (both mentally and financially) in VR and AR. He believes these technologies will play a significant role in how we live and work in the future. He’ll also tell this to anybody who will listen and has spoken at conferences and festivals across the world from SXSW in Austin to the Battle of Ideas in London.
Having come from a mixed British/Arab heritage, Jeremy was born in London but spent most of his life living in Dubai. He returned to the UK to study mathematics at the University of Southampton and met his Turkish wife while spending a semester abroad at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara. He also happens to be a Chartered Accountant (but prefers not to advertise that too loudly!)
Video: Panel moderated by Steve Dann
Slideshow of our past event in London