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At 11:45am on July 31, 2007, Yusuf Pathan said…
Hi Dawn, Thank you for accepting my invitation.
At 10:17am on July 25, 2007, Dawn Turner said…
You're welcome!
At 10:04am on July 25, 2007, Fiona Cherbak said…
Thanks a lot for the feedback on Georgia and the game industry, Dawn...very compelling stuff!
At 2:37pm on July 24, 2007, Rushit Shah said…
Thanks you accepting the invitation and thank you for the comment.

Please let me know if i am helpful to you.
At 8:53am on July 21, 2007, Dawn Turner said…
At 8:42am on July 21st, 2007, Dawn Turner said…
Hi Fiona. From what I've read about the computer gaming industry, 50 to 60% of Georgia's colleges now offer degrees in game development. Because of that and a state tax incentive, game companies are beginning to sprout up near college campuses. From a financial and human resource standpoint, it makes sense for companies to do business there. If you're a student who wants to pursue a degree in game development, Georgia looks like a good place to be. With at least half of the colleges offering degrees in game development there, student have more options when selecting the school they want to attend. If you're a seasoned game developer, taking a job in Georgia may lower your cost of living. Living in Georgia is pretty reasonable.
At 9:29pm on July 20, 2007, Fiona Cherbak said…
You know, that is an interesting question. I met with two game industry colleagues today, one who is a competing recruiter, and the question of game development in Atlanta came up! Apparently, there is a growing interest from entrpreneurs in that area to start up new games companies. With world-class game design programs offered at SCAD in both Savannah and Atlanta, it make make a lot of sense. I'd really love to hear your thoughts on why Georgia might be an attractive place to launch a games company.
At 3:57pm on July 3, 2007, Moises Lopez said…
Welcome to recruiting blogs, thanks for accepting my invitation.
At 10:54am on July 2, 2007, Gina OLeary said…
ok, considered yourself "friended" :)


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