Liz Prince is the Business Manager at award-winning recruitment specialist Amiqus. She is also founder of G Into Gaming, an initiative to build more diverse and inclusive workplaces in games. Putting the G into Gaming has four focuses: - Attracting women into games from other industries - Supporting women already working in the games sector - Working with schools, universities and colleges to promote games as an attractive career option for girls and young women
Covering gender, LGBTQ and BAME D&I, this panel discussion will be fully representative and will provide actionable tips and advice on how to create a fully diverse and inclusive workforce. Following the launch of Ukie's Diversity Census, as well as its #Raisethegame Pledge, it is clear that studios want to take action - they just don't know where to start, and don't necessarily have the resources. The panel will provide real advice, as well as demonstrating why diversity is important for your business.
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Mike Bithell Games
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Dr Mata Haggis-Burridge
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