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Mary Kurek's Blog

 
I am a Professional Networker who creates connections and introductions for clients in the games industry.  I use social media to start the relationship development process for publishers, developers, marketers, industry service providers, etc. who are looking for launch partners, media opps, collaborators, distributors, and specific types of business prospects.  I operate @gamemarketing on Twitter and Facebook.  I'm constantly expanding my network in the industry and out (as diversity is key) and do a lot of connecting on the spot where I feel there is value.  Helps everyone and is the best self-promotion there is.  In my capacity, I tend to attract a lot of indies, talent, and publishers looking to expand into other global markets.   I am a former Chamber of Commerce Exec and Governor's Press Staff member.  As a published author, I also write/blog fairly regularly.  I am on Linkedin and welcome connection there, on twitter or directly. Site is www.marykurek.com
 

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Posted by Mary Kurek on Wed, 19 Mar 2014 08:20:00 EDT in Business/Marketing
Penka Kouneva is the 2nd woman in Hollywood history to lead orchestrate for 2 films with $100 mil budgets. Her success and legendary status in the industry is largely due to something she does that few others do-she boosts the careers of colleagues.


Posted by Mary Kurek on Fri, 05 Oct 2012 03:15:00 EDT in Audio, Indie
Award-winning composer, Penka Kouneva is allowing on a permission-basis, indie developers the opportunity to use tracks from her latest CD, A Warrior's Odyssey. Includes 18 tracks of mesmerizing cinematic music.



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Comment In: [Feature - 05/11/2010 - 04:20]

Good stuff. All pointing to ...

Good stuff. All pointing to a the subject that I end up spending a lot of time talking to indies about - the fact that the business comes first. Unless you're going to be developing or contracting out your talents for someone else, you are building a business...hopefully one that ...