Strike Gamelabs co-founder to expand organistion that helps devs apply for grant funding

Ella Romanos joins Tenshi Grants

Tenshi Grants has brought Ella Romanos on board to grow its service.

The organisation offers support for games and digital firms applying for various EU and UK grants, including the Horizon 2020 EU grants and InnovateUK SMART grants.

Romanos, who co-founded both Strike Gamelabs and the now defunct Remode, will be leading the expansion of Tenshi Grants. The firm has already helped the likes of Whispering Gibbon, Coatsink and Brightbook.

“Tenshi Grants has a great legacy of successfully supporting developers with grant funding applications, which gives me a great opportunity to work with the team to expand their offering and help a larger number of companies in games and digital,” says Romanos.

Tenshi director Ian Baverstock added: “Ella joins us as an experienced games industry consultant and developer. By combining Tenshi’s track record and depth of knowledge with Ella’s experience in growing and assisting small and medium-sized digital buisnesses, we can offer significant added value to our customers and the industry.”

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