Game Business Developer
Kotka-Hamina Regional Development Company Cursor and Playa Hub are looking for a game business professional, preferably with producer experience to join our ranks in Southeastern Finland. We offer challenging and varying tasks, which include cooperation with Finnish and international game companies and other organisations.
The job includes e.g. facilitating trade show presence and investor events in collaboration with other Finnish game clusters, identifying the development needs of game companies and implementing various development activities, arranging local game business events and helping companies in finding suitable funding instruments.
The task requires prior experience in games and fluency in the English language. We appreciate extensive contacts within the game business and knowledge in implementing projects funded by the EU.
For more information, please contact:
Mr. Teemu Saarelainen, +358 40 190 2523, firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications by 15th June 2016 at 3 pm.
Situated in Southeast Finland in the European Union near the border with Russia, the Kotka-Hamina region offers a variety of opportunities for successful business. Kotka-Hamina Regional Development Company, Cursor Oy, runs business advice services on behalf of the municipalities of Kotka, Hamina, Miehikkälä, Pyhtää and Virolahti. It also runs enterprise development projects in the region. Cursor assists entrepreneurs in South Kymenlaakso, and those setting up in the region, in establishing and developing their businesses. Cursor is owned by the region's municipalities (Kotka, Hamina, Pyhtää, Virolahti and Miehikkälä), together with local industry and financial institutions. Cursor has a staff of 70 and annually the company serves over 1,800 customers in matters relating to business activity.
Playa Game Industry Hub, coordinated by Cursor, is a joint marketing brand for game industry developers and stakeholders in Southeast Finland. The Hub markets the regional game industry cluster to new firms and partners. It also promotes the internationalisation of local game companies.