Latest Interactive Jobs

Ilkka Paananen, CEO of Finnish nextgen Mobile developer Supercell talks to Game Careers

Ilkka Paananen, CEO of Supercell in Helsinki,  talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers at Develop in Brighton. Ilkka has more than ten years of experience in start-ups, managing growth and international expansion, as well as fund raising and exits. He was the founding CEO of Sumea, and grew it become one of [...]


Patrick O’Luanaigh, CEO of UK online developer nDreams talks to Game Careers at Develop

Patrick O’Luanaigh, CEO of nDreams in Guildford talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers in Brighton.  nDreams is an independent developer/publisher specialising in innovative online games. Previously Patrick was Creative Director at SCi and Eidos, where he was responsible for the design and gameplay of all projects, and formerly Head of External Development at Codemasters. [...]


Ella Romanos, MD of Online and Mobile developer Remode Studios with Game Careers

Ella Romanos,  MD and co-owner of Remode, an interactive production and game development studio in the UK, talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and Game Careers in Brighton.  Remode create their own original games and also work with clients and partners to deliver interactive content across web, mobile and gaming platforms. Remode’s debut game, Mole Control, was [...]


Ian Hughes (ePredator) of Feeding Edge talks to Game Careers at Develop in Brighton

Ian Hughes (ePredator) of Feeding Edge talks to David Smith of Interactive Selection and  Game Careers in Brighton.  In 2006, whilst at IBM, he led thousands of colleagues into virtual worlds like Second Life with projects like Wimbledon. He has shown that leadership can be driven by the digital native and innovators can gather together regardless [...]


Fiona Sperry and Andrew Tilling to keynote European Women in Games Conference in September

Women In Games Jobs is delighted to announce Fiona Sperry, Studio Director and VP, EA Criterion Games and Professional Career Coach, Andrew Tilling of Preseli Partnerships are to keynote the European Women in Games Conference taking place on September 22nd at the NH Harrington Hall Hotel, Gloucester Road, London.

David Smith, founder of Women in Games [...]


Join 250000 gamers and industry professionals at Gamescom in Cologne 17-21 August

Gamescom in will be held in Cologne, Germany for the 3rd year running. Last year had 250000 visitors and over 500 exhibitors. Join David Smith and Adrian Garrick from Game Careers .BIZ at this great show. See the exciting trailer that follows.


Over 45000 watch Game Careers videos on YouTube, 20 more filmed at Develop 2011

Over 45000 have watched Interactive Selection’s Game Careers and Women in Games Jobs videos on YouTube. You can check the full 100 uploaded videos yourself at Over 20 more interviews were filmed at Develop 2011 and will be launched on Game Careers and Women in Games Jobs in the next month or so. The [...]


Women in Games Conference 2011 is announced for September 22nd in London, UK

Women In Games Jobs (WIGJ) announces this year’s women in games conference will take place on September 22nd 2011 in London. This first ever pan European conference for women is being supported and championed by an impressive Advisory Board.

Board members in alphabetical order include:

Ali Bergstrom-Allen, Production Lead, Sony Computer Entertainment;

Barbara Bernad, Lead Animator, Maverick Media;

Alison [...]


Diane Lagrange and Jen Bolton from ICO Partners talk to Game Careers .BIZ

Diane Lagrange and Jen Bolton talk about their passion for working on online games and give advice to people wanting to find a job in the games industry.


Edge Magazine Issue 220 Get Into Games 2010: David Smith, Interactive Selection

Mentoring prospective students and employees has become something of a free-for-all over recent years, what with publishers, developers and even governments using the latest online channels, among other things, to pick the fruit straight from the tree. Not that it bothers the learned industry recruiter, whose role can extend far beyond the knowledge and self-interest [...]