Immotion discuss the World of Immersive 'Edutainment' and Chris Bailey covers Thomas Cook, GVC and Burberry

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Immotion discuss the world of immersive 'Edutainment' and Chris Bailey covers Thomas Cook, GVC and Burberry

Martin Higginson, Chief Executive Officer of Immotion (IMMO) FOLLOW discusses their progress in the world of immersive, 'Edutainment'.

Immotion Group aims to become a market leader in the western market sector of the “Out of Home” virtual reality market, through its “Create, Publish and Distribute” model, with the objective of creating recurring revenues from a large installed base of Virtual Reality (“VR”) Motion Platforms. The Group combines its Virtual Reality content and Motion Platform hardware to offer consumers in leisure destinations, such as shopping malls and family entertainment centres, state of the art Virtual Reality experiences, for a wide range of ages, in approximately 5 minute episodes. The Group is headquartered in Manchester, UK, with a subsidiary in Los Angeles, USA, and a branch in Dubai, UAE.

Chris Bailey founder of Financial Orbit covers:

Thomas Cook (TCG) FOLLOW


Burberry (BRBY) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 17 minutes 14 seconds)

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