Business Developer, The Game Assembly
After six years of art school and six years at a research institute in the arts, design and interactivity, Ann-Sofie ended up in games. A young, creative industry where everything moves at the speed of light, games keep her impassioned and inspired to be in the right place at the right time. Ann-Sofie started The Game Assembly in 2008, and today seven per cent of those working in the Swedish games industry are former students of the polytechnic.
Learn more about The Game Assembly at www.thegameassembly.com.
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