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30 Under 30 nominations: There’s still time

There’s still time to nominate a colleague or associate for Develop’s annual 30 Under 30 feature.

Time is running short though; you’ve got a week to get your suggestions in, as we’re closing the lobbying on Thursday, December 2nd.

The feature, set to appear in the next issue of Develop, will highlight the achievements of the younger members working in the game development community.

30 Under 30 is sponsored by OPM Recruitment, a leading specialist recruitment consultancy in the computer, console, handheld, mobile, online games and interactive entertainment sectors.

If you’ve got (or have worked with) a budding Carmack, soon-to-be Miyamoto or future Molyneux in your team, it’s time to let them shine.

All sectors and roles relating to development are eligible – from programmers to artists, producers to sound designers, QA testers and localisation specialists; be they from studios, outsource partners or education.
There’s no geographical restriction either: be it America or Antigua, everyone’s invited.

The nomination process is simple: just send a high-resolution photo of the candidate, their job title and role, age, and an explanation of why they should be considered, to will.freeman@intentmedia.co.uk.

So get cracking and start nominating!

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