Overview: The British Intreractive Multimedia Association (BIMA) is an industry body representing the digital industry in the United Kingdom formed in 1985. It represents different strands of the interactive media industry through support, education and encouragement. Its members include software designers and developers using online and disc-based media in education and business. Its goals are to exchange information and advice on technology, application and business of new media, and to promote the use of interactive technology to business and the public. It also seeks to act as a portal between government, business and creative media; promote dialogue within the interactive media industry; recognize and reward creative excellence; link groups of creative professionals throughout the UK; seek opportunities for funding to promote the interests of UK new media abroad; set up opportunities for training, networking and recruitment; and set standards in industry such as copyright issues, contractual matters, codes of conduct, etc.
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Last Updated: December 19, 2013