Vigamus Foundation, leader in promotion and spreading of the video game culture, with assets like Vigamus – The Video Game Museum and Vigamus Academy, the degree courses developed with Link Campus University, prepares to new challenges, strengthening its team with Micaela Romanini as new Vice Director.

micaela-romanini-vice-direttore-fondazione-vigamus-2Micaela Romanini, 29 years old, joins VIGAMUS Foundation after an employ as International Coordinator in Microsoft – team Europe Integrated Marketing in the European Head Quarter of Reading (Thames Valley, UK).  Expert in Communication, new media and interactive storytelling, Micaela had already worked for 4 years as Head of Research Center in VIGAMUS Foundation, also performing didactical activities in VIGAMUS Academy / Link Campus University and the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”.

Thanks to her skills and experience in the field, Romanini will strengthen the Management in order to plan and develop new business strategies for the Foundation’s activities and products. Among her tasks, the consolidation of VIGAMUS Foundation’s internal structure and international relationships, in order to face the big expansion planned for the next year.

vigamus“The return of Micaela Romanini in our team, after such a prestigious and important international experience, is crucial for the development plans of VIGAMUS Foundation, which, after establishing its position in the field of the game culture, now needs to face the big challenge of the expansion planned for the year 2017 and the launch of new and important initiatives and activities. Micaela has already been working with us for over four years and perfectly knows our internal dynamics and our other employees: thanks to her new skills, she is the ideal manager to restructure our company in a more solid fashion, and make it future proof”, says Marco Accordi Rickards, General Director of VIGAMUS Foundation.

VIGAMUS Foundation, Organization approved by the Prefecture of Rome, with positive opinion of the Ministry of Artistic and Cultural Goods and Tourism with protocol #976/2014, operates in order to promote, preserve and divulge video games as a mean of artistic expression and a solid Industry in the field of Entertainment.

It runs and operates through assets like VIGAMUS – The Video Game Museum of Rome, the museum dedicated to the electronic entertainment recognized by Region Lazio and officially listed in the OMR, VIGAMUS Academy / Link Campus University, the first Degree Courses Program entirely dedicated to the game industry in Italy, and GameRome, the International Festival of Video Games in Rome.