RealtimeUK commits to series of hires

CG animation firm announces eleven new employees to help with major projects
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CG animation studio RealtimeUK has hired eleven new staff members in an expansion move the firm hope will contribute to the success of several projects currently in-progress for large games studios.

The company has said that the new employees are just one part of a ‘strategic reshuffle’ organised by MD Tony Prosser with the intention of improving the process of dealing with clients, from sales to project delivery.

“I’d like to welcome aboard all our new arrivals,” Prosser said.

“With many years of experience behind them, I am confident that they will bring a lot to our growing team. We work with some of the biggest brands and advertising agencies in the UK but we’re never complacent about our service offering.”

“We’ve listened to feedback from our clients about what we can do to make a smoother and more creative production process for both our team and the client. Again we’re proving our commitment to excellence in our creative service,” he continued.

“It is an exciting time for us, as our studio is very much back in growth mode, which marks not only an economic recovery, but a turnaround for the video games and advertising industries,” he concluded.


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