- VR Education, a virtual reality technology company focused on the education space, is pleased to announce the full commercial release of ENGAGE, its online virtual learning and corporate training platform.

At the time of its IPO in March 2018, the Group raised £6m gross to, amongst other activities, fund the further development of its proprietary VR education platform, ENGAGE.

Both Nokia Corporation, the multinational telecommunications, information technology, and consumer electronics company, and Shenandoah University, the private liberal arts university located in Winchester, Virginia in the United States, have tested the pre-release versions of the ENGAGE platform and have now signed up commercial agreements to use the ENGAGE platform for training and education purposes respectively on a paid-trial basis with a view to extending the scope of the contract in due course depending on demand for additional functionality and/or user seats.

At 8:34am: [LON:VRE] Vr Education Holdings Plc Ord Eur0.001 share price was +0.75p at 11p

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