EasyGo Case Study
Empowering Growth Through Strategic Partnership
This case study outlines the strategic partnership that has been forged between Roam Migration Law and EasyGo, highlighting our pivotal role in supporting EasyGo’s growth from its initial stages to one of the most successful gaming and IT startups in Australia and globally.
Roam Migration Law, a leading immigration law firm, and EasyGo, a dynamic gaming and IT startup, came together to develop a strategic partnership aimed at addressing the unique workforce needs of EasyGo and fostering their growth on a global scale.
One of the key challenges in EasyGo’s nascent journey was building a highly skilled and diverse workforce to drive innovation and competitiveness in the gaming industry. Recognising the need for international talent, EasyGo sought out the expertise of Roam Migration Law to navigate the complexities of immigration and visa pathways.
- We provided comprehensive support to EasyGo during their startup phase, offering guidance on eligibility criteria and visa pathway options tailored to their unique requirements.
Training and Collaboration
- Roam actively engaged in face-to-face training sessions with EasyGo’s talent and HR teams. This ensured a deep understanding of their needs and allowed us to provide tailored solutions to expedite the recruitment process.
- Recognising the fast-paced growth of EasyGo, we equipped them with templates and documentation to streamline and expedite the recruitment and onboarding processes. This support facilitated their ability to scale rapidly.
Through our strategic partnership, EasyGo has experienced exponential growth, including:
- EasyGo, once comprising under 30 employees, has now grown to over 300 employees, thanks to our collaborative efforts in identifying and securing international talent.
- The success of EasyGo has positioned it as one of the most prominent gaming and IT startups in both Australia and the global arena.
The success of the Roam and EasyGo collaboration serves as a blueprint for other gaming and IT startups. Key takeaways include the importance of early engagement with migration experts, personalised training, and providing tools for seamless recruitment.
- For startups: Consider engaging migration experts early on to strategise and facilitate international talent acquisition.
The Roam Migration Law and EasyGo Gaming partnership exemplifies how strategic collaboration can empower startups to overcome workforce challenges, scale rapidly, and achieve global success. This case study serves as a testament to our commitment to supporting innovative companies and attracting top-tier talent to Australia.
Content in this publication is for informational purposes only and not intended as legal advice, nor should it be relied on as such. Australian immigration law is complex and its policies and visa eligibility criteria are changing regularly. For additional and current information on the issues discussed, please book a consultation with one of our immigration lawyers.