GamesBusiness conference brings international industry professionals to Denmark.

On September 15th 2011, industry professionals from across Europe meet in Aalborg, Denmark, for the GamesBusiness conference - A day focused on business development in the games industry.

The conference overall theme will be business development and how games business profit.

Ian Livingstone, Life President, Eidos (UK) will deliver the morning keynote, followed by 4 different panel discussions on business development, education, trends and funding:

Panelists and speakers include:

Philip Reisberger, Chief Games Officer, BigPoint (Germany)

Jon Hare, CEO, Tower Studios (UK)

Christopher Kassulke, CEO, HandyGames (Germany)

David W. Smith, MD, Interactive Selection and Game Contractor.

Sten Selander, Business Development Director, Nordic Game Program (Sweden)

Thomas Howalt, Creative Development Manager, Square-Enix Europe (Denmark)

Christian Noer, Commercial Director - Games Publishing, Nordisk Film Interactive (Denmark)

Joined by panelists from:

Bandello, Booomerang.dk , CONNECT Denmark, Computerspilzonen, Coolshop, Press Play, Progressive Media, Tactile Entertainment, and Aalborg University, KnapNok Games, and more..

The conference is organized by the leading games organizations in Denmark - BrainsBusiness, ComputerspilZonen, Dreamgames, Shareplay and AAU Matchmaking together with Progressive Media, one of Denmark’s largest independent games developers. Media partner is Gamesindustry.biz.

A few seats are still available - Last chance to sign up is Friday, September 9th 2011. The conference is free to attend.

Where: Aalborg Kongres & Kulturcenter, Aalborg, Denmark.

When: September 15th 2011, 0900-1700.

Direct flights to Aalborg are available from London (Norwegian), Amsterdam (KLM) and Copenhagen (Cimber, Norwegian, SAS).

Signup and more information: http://www.gamesbusiness.dk

 

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