Cricket simulator company BatFast creating 15 jobs

A company which makes sports simulators is creating 15 jobs on the back of £250,000 of fresh finance.
BatFast is using the money to grow its sales and marketing operations, carry out product development and look at new export opportunities.
The business, which moved to a bigger site on the Colwick Quays Business Park, in Nottingham, last year, makes cricket, baseball and tennis simulators for customers around the world.
BatFast technology allows different sports to be brought to life in the same space so that cricket can be quickly switched to baseball, with dynamic graphics and live scoring, personalized to suit different ages and abilities.
Its technology can be switched from social competition to one-to-one training while its mission is to “drive increased participation and access to sport globally, through the use of technology”.
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