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<i>gi.biz</i> launches new industry services

It's the first anniversary of the launch of GamesIndustry.biz - and the world's number one trade news source is celebrating its birthday with the launch of two key new services for the interactive entertainment industry.

It's the first anniversary of the launch of GamesIndustry.biz - and the world's number one trade news source is celebrating its birthday with the launch of two key new services for the interactive entertainment industry.

First up is our new GI Directory, which is currently being prepared for its launch later this year. The Directory will be the most comprehensive resource of industry contact details available - a globally accessible and easily searchable listing of companies from various sectors across the games market. Best of all, a basic listing in the directory is free, so there's no reason not to have your company details included!

For further details of the GI Directory and the excellent marketing and promotional opportunities which it offers your company, check out our information page - and watch out for the arrival of the service in the next few months!

The other service we're launching is a useful new addition to our world-leading games recruitment services - CV Registration. This allows job hunters, or people who are simply interested in keeping tabs on what's out there, to upload their CVs to the site along with information about the sorts of vacancies they're interested in. Selected recruiters will then be able to browse your CV and contact you directly if they have something which suits your preferences and skills.

Registration with the CV database is completely free, and totally risk-free - your CV will never be passed on to any third party without your explicit consent. Upload your CV today, and let the jobs hunt for you, rather than vice versa.


Finally, on behalf of all the staff here at GamesIndustry.biz, we'd like to thank our readers, who have made this into the most popular industry news publication in the world in just twelve short months. We're always keen to hear your feedback on the site, and over the coming months we'll be continuing to implement many of the ideas you've suggested to us recently, building an even better and more useful resource for the entire industry.

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Rob Fahey

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Rob Fahey is a former editor of GamesIndustry.biz who spent several years living in Japan and probably still has a mint condition Dreamcast Samba de Amigo set.