I'm curious is anyone has suggestions on best ways to reach out within the tabletop gaming (as opposed to e-gaming) community for professional recruiting. I have a company that is very gamer friendly (we pay for events like GenCon, Origins, etc) and has found that supporting gaming helps create cohesive teams even if not everyone is a gamer and where people may have different gaming interests (yes, it is ok if someone is a bronie)(if you do True Dungeon in full costume - you really can't throw stones...)
Specifically, I'd love to get ideas for how to market job openings to tabletop gamers within targeted communities (Greater Denver is our target). Our challenge is we're not looking at entry level jobs - we're looking at experienced professional positions such as operations and logistics, IS, accounting, marketing, etc where significant experience is needed.
Ride-along ads on shows like Critical Role targeted by DMA was my initial thought but 1 - that only reaches a portion of the actual gaming community, and 2 - like myself, I'm guessing most people really don't pay much attention to those ads - it's a bit like broadcast advertising. The forum groups like on Facebook tied to gaming are focused on just gaming topics - usually because we tend to look at gaming as very separate from our professional lives.
Anyone have thoughts on how to do outreach locally? Later, we'll want to try this nationally.