Technology provides new ways to monetize game and television content

This article about a company that was born in the NCSU Tech Incubator shows how game development and simulation can generate innovation and entrepreneurship opportunities.

The Wake Tech Simulation and Game Development program helps fuel this industry in the Triangle by providing high quality, highly skilled employees to the over 40 local game development companies.  But many of our students also have entrepreneurial aspirations.  Those who transfer to 4-year colleges could immediately connect into their student entrepreneurship programs and incubators.

One day, we may actually see a Wake Tech SGD alum in the Triangle Business Journal touting their cutting edge idea.



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