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  • Over 3000 join Casual Games Jobs LinkedIn Group since launch!

    Interactive Selection is building a new community on Linked In for those working or wanting to work in the casual or social games sector. Casual Games Jobs is the professional group for all those with an interest in the fast growing casual and social games industry. This is a forum to exchange ideas, help and […]

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    Interactive Selection is short-listed as Service Provider of the Year in TIGA Awards

    Interactive Selection has been short-listed for the prestigious TIGA Awards with 7 other service companies working closely with game developers in the UK. The TIGA awards celebrate and honour the best games, the best people and the biggest contributors to the games sector. They highlight best practice and reward those in the industry contributing to its long-term innovation. The awards night will take place […]

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    Interactive Selection add 2 more top consultants to its games recruiting team.

    I am pleased to announce that Ash Huntington and David Delve have joined the Interactive Selection consulting team.

    Ash Huntingdon joins as Senior Technology Consultant focussing on bringing tech based programmers and engineers to Interactive’s 200 plus worldwide clients. The plethora of platforms on which games are now made means a multitude of programming languages : Flash 11, Java, HTML5, PHP, Ruby […]

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    Just 1 day to vote for Interactive Selection as Service Provider in the TIGA awards.

    Interactive Selection have entered the first ever TIGA awards and we would like to be shortlisted into the last 5 companies when a judging panel will have the final say. Please give us your support  by checking out the 14 applicants at http://awards.tiga.org/awards_categories.php , clicking on the Service Provider link and voting for your preferred Service Provider. We have been affiliate […]

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    Is your games recruiter committed to the recruitment or the games industry?

    Would you prefer to trust your career to a professional recruitment consultant that does not mind which industry he works in or a recruiter that considers himself only to be working in the games industry (and ahead of the recruitment industry)? There is a way to tell! Look up the recruiter on the social media site […]

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    Interactive Selection to sponsor networking drinks after European Women in Games Conference

    Interactive Selection is proud to sponsor the networking drinks after the European Women in Games Conference on 26th September. The sold out conference is expecting 180 delegates including 26 women speakers, panellists and round table hosts plus 5 women nominees in the Women in Games Hall of Fame. Full credit goes to organisers Gina Jackson and the Women in Games […]

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    Who are the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) ?

    Interactive Selection is a valued member of the UK’s  REC. The REC want to show you what membership has to offer and how business can benefit from their array of products and services. Watch their new videos and see what they are all about.

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    Has your company completed the Skillset Creative Industries Census? Deadline 7 September

    Creative Skillset, supported by Games Job Blog, are asking tens of thousands of companies to take part in an industry-wide census: do you want to be one of them? Help us make sure that the Games industry has the information it needs to thrive in the global market. By completing the census you will be […]

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    Gina Jackson, CEO of Women in Games Jobs speaks of exciting careers for women in games industry.

    Gina Jackson, CEO of Women in Games Jobs, met David Smith from Interactive Selection and Game Careers during the Develop conference in Brighton. A 20 year veteran of the games industry with companies like Ocean Software, Eidos and Nokia, she tells Game Careers about why the games industry offers a great career for women. “I […]

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    Ella Romanos and Martha Henson to keynote Women in Games Conference 2012 on September 26th

    Women In Games Jobs (WIGJ) is pleased to announce that this year’s European Women In Games conference will take place on September 26th 2012 at the Hilton Hotel, Kensington in London. The theme of this year’s conference is the evolving of the games industry and the opportunities that this creates for all. Ella Romanos, MD […]

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