The Drinks are on Us! VR World Congress 2016

Industry News - Gaming

Skillsearch Games & Interactive Recruitment are pleased to announce that we will be buying drinks for all who attend the VR World Congress after party tomorrow (April 12th) in Bristol!

 

The daytime event is packed with excellent content in the expo hall where you will be able to demo all the latest in Virtual Reality technologies from fun exhibitors such as Samsung, HTC, AMD, nDreams and the hosts themselves Opposable VR! You can also catch talks by more industry hitters such as CryEngine, UsTwo, Unity, The Third Floor and The Mill.



And, of course, we will be around to discuss all things recruitment within 3D Interactive Technologies. Let me know if you're attending and would be interested in having a chat about how we can help you crew up your current team, or find your ideal role within the VR space.

Last year's after party was a huge success with many big-name attendees and this year should be even better. More information on the VR World Congress 2016 after party to come soon.

See you there!

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About the author Giles Fenwick

Giles runs our Gaming & Interactive division and specialises in forming tight knit teams, whether that’s for a studio or in our office. He represented his county at rugby for every age group from 12 onwards which no doubt helped him to cultivate his excellent understanding of team dynamics. Giles is known for his warmth and willingness to take time to work through any issues that may arise, although make sure you don’t try and share his food as then you won’t be getting a warm welcome – Giles doesn’t share food!

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