It's like Where's Wally, but we tell you where the execs are hiding.
The mobile space is booming and companies are expanding all the time, so we've whipped up a dedicated feature to keep you updated with new hires.
Cross-platform games distribution channel, Antix Labs, recently secured a major deal with PopCap Games and continues to drive ahead with the hire of Adam Prichard as business development director.
Prichard was previously owner and MD of games publisher Licensed4U and will now work with the Antix technical and marketing teams and 3rd parties in his new role, reporting directly to Antix founder Francis Charig.
Charig, said: "Adam has the objective of accelerating our developer programme and has immediately had a positive effect bringing us top tier publishers."
Prichard, added: "I am very excited to be working with such a talented group on this leading edge service. I truly believe that this is the future of gaming and that nobody is better placed to deliver the social gaming platform at home and on the move across emerging, growth and mature markets."
Prichard can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org
Cross-platform app, Scoopshot, enables users to take images and sell them on to brands and companies (Fiat, Malibu and more) for a profit. Back in August, one man actually made $20,000 from the Android version.
The firm is expanding in the US and has taken on Dave Rickley of exec VP of North America, who joins from the Los Angeles Times where he was senior editor of operations and technology.
Niko Ruokosuo, CEO, Scoopshot, said: "With Dave’s editorial expertise, network of contacts, knowledge of process and strategy as well as his enthusiasm for Scoopshot and the publishing world, I feel very confident about our U.S. expansion and opportunities."
NFC mobile wallet and marketing firm, Proxama, has made not one, but six hires, bringing on six interns as permanent members of staff. The company says there's been a surge in demand as banks, networks, OEMs, and retail brands look to integrate with its tech.
Proxama has also teamed with the New Entrepreneurs Foundation (NEF) to offer Edward Winters-Ronaldson a one year placement.
Neil Garner, founder and CEO of Proxama, said: "To be successful and grow, it is essential that we are able to recruit the very best young minds that have grown up with the technology we are now working with. I am delighted that we have been able to find the right people from the pool of talent that is based here in Norfolk.
"Our experiences in recruiting new people for the business should serve as a lesson for other businesses in the UK regions; that there is an abundance of talented individuals locally and that you don’t need to look too far afield to find them."
The six interns who have been awarded permanent positions are:
Emily Russell, 21, marketing administrator
Josh Mann, 22, business analyst
Jennie Ruskin, 27, junior developer
Alan Lambert, 23, software developer
Jonathan Roy, 23, R&D systems analyst
Lenora Caton, 23, product marketing analyst