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About the author Lucy Rowland

Our Social Media guru Lucy is one of our secret superstars. As well as supporting Catrin she is also responsible for making the content you see on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Glassdoor and Instagram look fabulous. She also knows when our team need a kick in the backside to provide content and is happy to offer it.

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Skillsearch at GDC 2018 Careers Advice

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Name Our Mascot to Win a £25 Amazon Voucher! Company News

Name Our Mascot to Win a £25 Amazon Voucher!

Say hello to our mischievous little mascot… who we’d like YOU to name! We’re very excited to be introducing you to the newest and youngest member of our Skillsearch family. So excited, in fact, that we have decided to award the winner of our mascot-naming competition a £25 amazon gift voucher!   Fang? Cuddles? Edna?  The fate of […] The post Name Our Mascot to Win a £25 Amazon Voucher! appeared first on Skillsearch Digital.

Play@Develop 2017 Company News

Play@Develop 2017

  MORE games, MORE talks, BIGGER awards and MASSIVE fun is just around the corner – and so too is PLAY@DEVELOP, a charity fundraiser for Special Effect. Expect games, drinks, a raffle and loads of free merchandise, goodies and swag from a HUGE variety of twelve lovely UK based studios that are supporting the event!Please Note: You must register for this event (via Eventbrite) using […] The post Play@Develop 2017 appeared first on Skillsearch Digital.

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