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One of the City of Santa Clarita’s Business Incubator resident entrepreneurial companies has released its first mobile app, Bubbly Primes, less than a year after forming the company.

Nuhubit Software Studios LLC is the brainchild of entrepreneur Alex Bozman and was developed to create educational games for mobile platforms. The company’s first game, Bubbly Primes, helps players become familiar with numbers that can and cannot be factored. According to Bozman, becoming good at factoring makes it easier to do things like finding the greatest common factor, finding the least common denominators, working with fractions and even assists with long division.

After spending months of fine-tuning the game’s animations, embedding music that reduces math anxiety and enhancing the playful aspect of the game, Bozman’s app was accepted by the iTunes app store on his first submission.

Bozman, a cellist and former aerospace engineer, says he was amazed at the amount of support he received when starting his new business.

“I thought I’d be completely alone, trying to get my business going, but during this process, I’ve received tremendous support from the City of Santa Clarita and the Small Business Development Center at College of the Canyons,” Bozman said. “They’ve provided invaluable small business courses, skills training, mentors, legal and marketing advice, and not to mention an excellent office space at the Incubator in Old Town Newhall.”

The Santa Clarita Business Incubator provides entrepreneurs with low-cost office space in the City’s growing arts and entertainment district and support, guidance, consulting services and networking opportunities through the Small Business Development Center. There are currently three tenants at the Incubator including Kovariant, Nuhubit Software Studios LLC and ThinkQuarium Entertainment.

Nuhubit’s Bubbly Primes can be downloaded in the iTunes App Store for $3.99. To find out more about Nuhubit, visit bubblyprimes.com or visit their Facebook page here.

For more information about the Santa Clarita Business Incubator, visit thinksantaclarita.com or contact the City’s Economic Development Division at (661) 255-4347.

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