European Women in Games Conference welcomes you!
Come and join us, everyone is welcome! This is an open event for both men and women together with anyone looking to join the games industry together with those already working in games who wants to learn and network.
European Women in Games Conference 2015 #ewigconf http://www.ewigconf.com/
The conference starts at 9.30 am on 2nd September, 2015 and finishes at 5.00 pm
The full programme can be seen at http://www.ewigconf.com/schedule/
European Women in Games Conference features:
2 Keynotes, 5 Panels and 10 workshops
Panel 1: Expanding Horizons: Virtual Reality
Panel 2: Expanding Horizons: Making games for Kids/ Education software
Panel 3: "A new job in the games industry"
Panel 4: "The benefits of mentoring"
Panel 5: "Promoting Your Company/ Promoting Yourself"
1 Programming/ Tech Workshop:
2 How to become a Video Games Ambassador:
3 Careers workshop/ Improving your CV:
4 How to take women in games meetups to the rest of UK:
5 HR Workshop: Introducing an Equal Opportunities policy and other employment policies:
6 Games Design Workshop:
7 Testing and Localisation Workshop:
8 How to attract more girls into University Education:
9 Women in Games on mainland Europe:
Other conference features…
HR Managers Forum – A separate event targeted at the UK’s leading games industry HR Managers running for 2 hours after the first morning break. An agenda has been created with specialist speakers to bolster the knowledge of HR professionals in the front line of spreading best practice in the games industry.
The European Women in Games Conference is an inclusive event for both men and women games professionals.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
WIGJ Conference Coordinator: Samantha Healey, email@example.com
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Substitutions can be made at any time in writing
Can I update my registration information?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
1) Substitutions can be made at any time in writing
2) No refund for cancellations received after 22 August 2015.
When & Where
Women in Games WIGJ
Women in Games WIGJ is a “not for profit” that works to recruit, retain and support the progression of women in the games industry by positively and actively promoting female role models and giving encouragement and information to those women seeking to work in the games industry. Founded in 2009, WIGJ has over 5000 supporters worldwide and 1000 in the UK. Events organised by WIGJ are mixed for both women and men.