GamesIndustry.biz Trade Zone announced for EGXDedicated networking and business space for the UK’s biggest consumer showDan PearsonTuesday 31st May 2016Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleGamesIndustry.bizGamesIndustry.biz is pleased to announce the first ever GI.biz Trade Zone, a dedicated business area at this year’s massive EGX consumer event, taking place 22-25th September at the Birmingham NEC.In addition to the existing UKIE AGM and the GI Investment Summit, the Trade Zone will offer another excellent reason for industry figures to attend the Birmingham show, offering meeting facilities, private rooms and a quiet space to work for all business attendees.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games “There has long been a need for a specific trade play in the UK so we’re fulfilling that demand with The GamesIndustry.biz Trade Zone @EGX”, commented David Lilley, Managing Director of Gamer Events. “This will be a gated-entry trade only area for networking, meetings, a decent coffee, somewhere to rest weary feet and have a sandwich with colleagues and friends. EGX has an enviable track record of introducing great games to investors and partners as well as players, and a dedicated business area should make that much easier for all parties.” The GamesIndustry.biz Trade Zone will be open on during show hours on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd September and will support the full scope of the games industry, hosting representatives from publishers, developers, platform-holders, investors and recruiters covering PC, console and mobile. Attendees will be able to book a daily table for meetings, and there will be stand and meeting room options. A limited number of presentation suites will be available for meetings on a larger scale. Anybody wishing to book space should contact [email protected] To register for a trade pass or other enquires regarding the GamesIndustry.biz Trade Zone @EGX, please contact [email protected] employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Daily Update and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesShould Nintendo go third-party? GamesIndustry.biz answers gamers’ questions at EGX 2019Watch the full video of our panel session, which also covers the expectations for Stadia and when (if) Half-Life 3 is coming outBy James Batchelor A year agoTickets on sale for the GamesIndustry.biz summer partyJoin us during Develop in Brighton for the UK industry’s finest social gatheringBy Dan Pearson 4 years agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.
“As we interviewed terrific candidates, Elizabeth clearly stood out as an innovator with experience leading a large organization with goals similar to ours,” Gov. Lujan Grisham said. “She was unequaled in both experience and passion and has a demonstrated record of getting results. I am confident she will deliver on putting our youngest on the path to success.” Creating the Early Childhood Education and Care Department was one of the highest-profile outcomes of the 2019 legislative session. The new Cabinet-level department will bring programs for children from prenatal to age 5 all under one roof to maximize resources and develop a comprehensive plan for early childhood education. SANTA FE ― Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham announced Wednesday that Elizabeth Groginsky will be the first secretary of the new Early Childhood Education and Care Department. STATE News: The District of Columbia was first in the nation in 2009 to pursue universal pre-K and today has the highest U.S. participation rate, with 85 percent of all 4-year-olds and 75 percent of 3-year-olds. Among other things, she directed early childhood education for United Way Worldwide, where she helped expand the number of communities collecting and using population-based early childhood data; and she was the first executive director of the Early Childhood Data Collaborative, a national coalition to improve state policies and practices in the development and use of early childhood data systems. Groginsky earned a master’s degree in social sciences from the University of Colorado at Denver and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland. Secretary Elizabeth Groginsky Groginsky has more than two decades of executive leadership experience administering public and private human service organizations at the national, state and local levels. Her experience with Head Start programs is extensive: She began as a family services coordinator, later administered a county program and then directed the Head Start Collaboration Office for Colorado. She is currently overseeing one of only eight state Early Head Start Child Care Partnership grants. Groginsky comes to New Mexico from Washington, D.C., where she has been assistant superintendent of early learning for the District of Columbia since 2014. In that role, she administered a $160 million annual budget that funded programs to ensure equal access to quality services for the District’s most vulnerable children and their families. “I am honored to serve Gov. Lujan Grisham, a visionary leader who is committed to collaboration and coordination, equity and quality for all New Mexican families and young children,” Groginsky said. “I am passionate about building comprehensive early childhood systems that improve outcomes for young children and engage families as key decision-makers. I have always loved New Mexico, and I am thrilled to serve as its first-ever secretary of the Early Childhood Education and Care Department.” “Elizabeth’s track record in raising quality speaks to her longtime commitment to children and her experience working in partnership with diverse communities,” said Carla D. Thompson Payton, vice president for program strategy at the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Sharing is caring! NewsRegional Father and teen son killed in Trinidad shooting by: – February 8, 2013 Tweet Share Share Share 39-year-old Kerwyn Melville and his son, Jaliee, were shot multiple times and that another son, Shaquille, 16, was in hospital in a critical condition.PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Friday February 8, 2013 – A father and his 13-year-old son were shot and killed on Friday in the volatile Laventille area, along the east –west corridor, Trinidad and Tobago police have said.They said that 39-year-old Kerwyn Melville and his son, Jaliee, were shot multiple times and that another son, Shaquille, 16, was in hospital in a critical condition having also been shot multiple times.Police did not give a motive for the killings, but neighbours said that the incident occurred at around 2.00 am (local time) on Friday. The police did not say whether or not there were other occupants of the house, but said they have recorded several spent shells from the area, where most of the murders so far this year have occurred as a result of ongoing warfare between rival gangs.The killings have brought the total to 42, the number of people murdered here since the start of the year and police have said they would not tolerate any act of lawlessness during the Carnival celebrations that end on Tuesday.Caribbean 360 19 Views no discussions