Ed Vaizey Visits Silicon Spa and Kwalee

The Minister for Culture, Communications & Creative Industries Ed Vaizey visits Silicon Spa today accompanied by the local conservative MP Chris White. They will be visiting Warwickshire College, Blitz, Playground Games and Kwalee. 

Kwalee invited both Ed and Chris over to the offices and were on hand with their camera's to capture the moment. Ed and Chris were treated to coffee, cakes and a guided tour of our humble offices here in Leamington Spa where they met some of the Kwalee artists and programmers.

The reason for Ed Vaizey's visit is to speak today at the Ministerial Roundtable meeting at the Trident Centre in Warwick and the subject matter is very close to Kwalee's heart. They will be discussing "Silicon Spa: Creating a global brand for video games in Leamington Spa" . Our own CEO David Darling and CMO Bruce Everiss will be attending the meeting to represent Kwalee and the mobile gaming sector. You can keep up to date with the developments by keeping an eye on their respective Twitter accounts.

@Brucekwalee

@Daviddarlinguk

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Kwalee is a company based in Leamington Spa that develop and publish social multiplayer games for iPhone and other mobile devices.

Founded by David Darling CBE, co-founder of Codemasters, with decades of experience at the top level of the video game industry and contributions to many #1 games on numerous platforms in his CV. Kwalee is different. We seek to excite and entertain our customers with innovative new products that provide special experiences.

Our ethos is based around a set of core values that put the customer first and which harness the creative skills of our staff to the maximum in order to do so. Kwalee is always very actively looking for those special people who want to join us in our exciting journey.

For more information on Kwalee, check out   kwalee.com Like on  facebook.com/kwaleeteam and follow  @kwalee on Twitter

 

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