Announcing a renewed push to remove barriers to innovation and employment, Business Secretary Sajid Javid today revealed two new consultations:
- A public survey asking for views on what the government should include in its new Innovation Plan; and
- An upcoming call for evidence on whether "non-compete clauses" in employment contracts are stifling entrepreneurship
Making the announcement, the Business Secretary said:
This week Ukie Students spoke to Mike Anderson, who is the QA lead (amongst many other things!) at ustwo games.
Ukie Students: Please can you introduce yourself and your current role in a few sentences.
Ukie Student Game Jam Mentors – we need you!
The Ukie Student Game Jam is returning for its third year on April 4-5 2016, as part of the new London Games Festival. The Game Jam again will see teams from Ukie’s fifteen Student institutes competing against each other to create the best game in 36 hours and win the coveted Ukie Student Game Jam trophy.
Laurence Bouvard is an experienced voice over actor, and this week Ukie Students spoke to her about her career in games.
Ukie and GamesIndustry.biz are teaming up once again to bring the Ukie Careers Bar to the GamesIndustry.biz Career Fair. The long-running partnership will return to EGX Rezzed on 7-9 April 2016 at London’s Tobacco Dock to provide the future generations of games industry talent a valuable insight into how to break into this competitive industry.
Government's Productivity Plan scrutinised by Parliament