Recruitment agency will present its Search For A Star prize during Brighton ceremony

Aardvark Swift sponsors Develop Awards 2016

More support for The Develop Awards 2016, this time from the recruitment experts at Aardvark Swift.

The firm has signed up as Award Partner, and will be using the Brighton ceremony to present the winners of this year’s Search For A Star with their prize. Search For A Star is Aardvark Swift’s annual talent search for the most promising games graduates.

“We’re delighted to be sponsoring this year’s Develop Awards, and attending the ceremony," says managing director Ian Goodall. "It’s great to get together with colleagues from all over the industry, and see talented teams and individuals get rewarded for all their hard work.

“We’re also excited to be joined by our Search For A Star winners Yan Knoop and Sam Bang, who will be receiving their competition awards.”

The Develop Awards 2016 takes place on Wednesday, July 13th at the Brighton Hilton Metropole, and honours the best in games development talent from across the UK and Europe. You can find a full list of this year’s finalists here.

The awards are supported by headline partner CV Bay, with gold partners MoGi Group, Amiqus, Epic Games, Sumo Digital, Crytek, Perforce, Games London, UKIE, and King. OPM returns as table gift partner, alongside exclusive drinks reception partner Keywords Studios, table drink and gold partner Nordeus, and event partner Tandem Events. Epic Games are also an award partner, as are Aardvark Swift. Unity is award and opening video partner.

Contact Charlotte Nangle via to find out about the opportunities available, both at the event and in editorial coverage before, during and after the Awards. 

To book your place at the event, email Georgia Blake via – or book online at

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