2010: The Year So Far ? Interactive

There's a huge amount of growth to come from the interactive sector.
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“Thankfully, business is well up on 2009, which was the worst year of most people’s careers. We are delighted to have survived the tough trading conditions by working very hard and thinking fast, to seize opportunities that did exist. The interactive sector has a huge amount of growth to come.

However, while the sector enjoys strong long-term underlying growth, as more new platforms emerge and more people start playing interactive games, it has not been immune to the recession."

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Reviews of the apparel, stationery and sports sectors will be following. Reviews of the toy, publishing and food sectors have also appeared.

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