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Kate Raynes-Goldie

Kate Raynes-Goldie is the founder of Games We Play, a boutique game consultancy based in Fremantle, Western Australia, focused on helping you do what you do better through the power of games and play. She is a former director of Games and Interactive at FTI and an adjunct research fellow at Curtin University. She is an occasional columnist for Business News covering innovation, disruptive technology, VR/AR/MR and the games industry for Western Australia's business community.

Stirfire’s virtual reality offering delivering real-world potential

Stirfire Studios is set to join the ranks of publicly traded games companies such as Japan’s Sony and Nintendo, and Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard in the US.

Putting the ‘co’ in community

OPINION: More fluid, transportable working arrangements are finding their echo in the domiciles of a growing number of independent professionals.

Opportunity to leverage local games talent

The contribution made by women to WA’s games industry was on show at a high-profile event in Sydney last week. 

Podcasting is the new blogging

Despite having been around since the noughties, podcasts are one of those things that you’re either really into, or know next to nothing about.

Future of work not without challenges

Technology meets cultural and social shifts in places like Hubud, where digital nomads gather in a new world of work.

Is VR coming to Christmas at your place?

VR consumers will have their hands full this Christmas, with a raft of new products on the store shelves.

Gamers show business value

The Perth Games Festival features cutting edge virtual and augmented reality offerings for a growing and enthusiastic sector.

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Podcasting is the new blogging

Despite having been around since the noughties, podcasts are one of those things that you’re either really into, or know next to nothing about.

Stirfire’s virtual reality offering delivering real-world potential

Stirfire Studios is set to join the ranks of publicly traded games companies such as Japan’s Sony and Nintendo, and Electronic Arts and Activision Blizzard in the US.

Gamers show business value

The Perth Games Festival features cutting edge virtual and augmented reality offerings for a growing and enthusiastic sector.

Opportunity to leverage local games talent

The contribution made by women to WA’s games industry was on show at a high-profile event in Sydney last week. 

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Future of work not without challenges

Technology meets cultural and social shifts in places like Hubud, where digital nomads gather in a new world of work.

Podcasting is the new blogging

Despite having been around since the noughties, podcasts are one of those things that you’re either really into, or know next to nothing about.