Don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend the Women in Games Careers & Networking Expo! Taking place tomorrow (September 7th), it will give you the opportunity to learn from inspiring women around the world, and to meet with games companies who are currently hiring.

Register now for free!

This virtual one-day event is sponsored by Rocksteady and will feature a series of speaker sessions focused on career and personal development, brought to you by inspiring women from around the world. The event takes place from 8am until 10pm BST to cover multiple time zones, enabling plenty of networking via Hopin’s intuitive ‘roulette meeting’ function. Speaker sessions will cover a range of topics, including:

  • Career Development & Mobility
  • Creating Future Leaders
  • Building Resilience
  • Community Management
  • Burnout & How To Care For Yourself
  • Building Confidence & Tackling Imposter Syndrome

Outside of the speaker sessions, the virtual expo hosts a range of companies who are committed to building a diverse workforce, and who are looking to recruit talent right now. They include:

  • 10:10 Games
  • Activision
  • Creative Assembly
  • Dovetail Games
  • Frontier
  • Riot Games
  • Rocksteady
  • Sports Interactive
  • Star Stable
  • Sumo
  • Testronic
  • Virtuos
  • WB Games Montreal

Here’s what some of our booth holders have to say about the event:

Alice Wyman, Ops Lead at Rocksteady: “It means so much to us here at Rocksteady to support women and girls to enter careers in the games industry. Our sponsoring the Women in Games Careers & Networking Expo is about taking another step closer to the kind of games sector we need for the future: one where our workforce is more representative of our society as a whole.”

Emma Smith, Director of Talent and Social Impact at Creative Assembly: “Creative Assembly is delighted to once again sponsor the Women in Games Careers and Networking Expo. These events are a fantastic way to continue to build our community of women and advocates in games, to hear unique perspectives and viewpoints, and to learn and grow together.”

Corinne Legentil, HR Director at Virtuos Europe: “At Virtuos, we share Women in Games’ belief in the importance of having more diversity and perspectives – which leads to the creation of bigger, better games. We look forward to sharing insights about working in the games industry, empowering women to take their careers forward and fostering the next generation of women game changers.”

Lindsey Shorricks, VP of HR at Dovetail Games: “Dovetail Games is pleased to announce we are sponsors of this year’s Women In Games Career’s Expo.  Events such as this are key to supporting more women into the gaming industry and we are keen to also drive this talent further into our own business.  For us sharing about the opportunities we have at Dovetail to make exciting simulation games is a pleasure and we hope that our part in this event plays an even bigger role in inspiring and driving talented women into our sector.”

Register your free place at the Careers & Networking Expo here.

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