Agate learns it's not all about the games – it's about the fun

Shieny Aprilia, Agate's Vice President of Enterprise Business ©CompassList

Agate has evolved into one of the biggest game development companies in Indonesia over the past decade. We learned how it got there from Shieny Aprilia, Agate’s Vice President of Enterprise Business

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Like so many startups, the founders of the Indonesian game development company Agate started out in 2007 as a gathering of like-minded university students. A group of Informatics undergraduates from the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB), including Shieny Aprilia and Arief Widhiyasa, shared a passion for video games. Their love of gaming soon evolved to the point that they decided to create their own game for a Microsoft-sponsored competition."Through word of mouth, we started something like an 'open recruitment' process,'' even reaching students in ITB's Design Department, S...
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