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22Jun 2020

CEIM is proud to announce the signing of a new partnership agreement with Centre en imagerie numérique et médias interactifs (CIMMI).

Located in Quebec City, CIMMI is a college centre for technology transfer (CCTT) specializing in the development of augmented and virtual reality, medical imaging, 2D and 3D image processing and Web technologies. CIMMI provides companies with consulting services and supports them in their innovation process. In addition, it offers integrated applied research and development (R&D) services, specialized equipment as well as access to funding programs.

Through this agreement, CEIM and CIMMI aim to strengthen the complementarity of their services, facilitate access to resources that are essential to their client’s success and accelerate the development of new technologies.

Our organizations have a clear vision of the challenges and opportunities facing entrepreneurs in the digital imaging and interactive media sectors. We are proud to be able to combine our expertises and networks to further support our ecosystem and thus stimulate technological growth and innovation in Quebec.
– Serge Bourassa, President and Chief Operating Officer of CEIM

CIMMI is proud to partner with CEIM whose reputation is already well established. This synergy between our organizations will pave the way for the emergence of new businesses while enhancing collaborative research across Quebec. Supporting entrepreneurs in their efforts to develop new ideas, establish their competitive position and access new markets is what our mission is all about. CIMMI is a member of the Synchronex network, a network which includes 59 centers that each contributes to the economic and social development of all Quebec regions, as well as that of college research.
– Michel R. Bouchard, CEO of CIMMI

11Jun 2020

CEIM is pleased to highlight its partnership agreement with the Digital Imagery Research and Development Center (CDRIN).

This agreement seeks to promote exchanges and business opportunities between the two organizations and reflects their shared commitment to support the creation and development of innovative digital imaging and video game companies.

A college technology transfer centre (CTTC) affiliated with CEGEP de Matane, CDRIN offers Research and Development (R&D) services, technical assistance, specialized training and innovation support. CDRIN positions itself in the promotion of digital intelligence technologies for the benefit of the creative and cultural industries.

A first CEIM incubated company to be referred to CDRIN

e→d films has mandated CDRIN to support the research and development of a new tool that enables artists to create projects in 2D and quickly generate them in 3D. This gain in creativity and productivity resulted in the animation studio that employs a dozen employees carrying out projects that match up to its ambitions.

Without CDRIN, the animation automation tool would never have seen the light of day.
– Archita Ghosh – Executive Producter, e→d films

01Jun 2018

We are pleased to announce that, with the support of Global Affairs Canada with whom we have had an exclusive partnership for the third consecutive year, we will be launching three new missions aimed at Canadian independent video game companies looking to accelerate the commercialization of their products abroad. Selected companies will be given the chance to take part in leading international video game events and showcase their latest projects/titles to thousands of industry professsionnals and journalists worldwide.

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19Sep 2017

CEIM is a proud founding partner of technopolys, a movement spearheaded by companies, universities, research centres, and associations in the ICT sector and aiming to showcase our most prestigious technology companies.

We are particularly proud of our innovations and creativity and believe that, by speaking with a single voice, we will be better positioned to increase Quebec’s international recognition as a bastion of digital innovation.

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15Aug 2017

With over 900 exhibitors and 345 000 visitors (fans, professionals and journalists alike) expected in Cologne, Germany next week, Gamescom is indisputably one of the world’s largest events for computer and video games.

As such, it has become a must-go-to event for all those wishing to promote their products, share their expertise and explore new markets. That’s all very well, provided that you get the chance to go there in the first place!

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