Tenshi London Bootcamp, powered by Unreal Engine

We are delighted to announce the Tenshi London BOOTCAMP, 2 days of intense sessions and mentoring to prepare new studios for success in the modern games industry. The program is aimed at businesses that are:

o   Early stage, or even pre-launch

o   Looking to exploring new markets or new business models

o   Developing commercial knowhow and business development skills

We recommend 2 attendees per company but welcome individual CEOs.  The program will include sessions on subjects including business models & publishing deals; direct to consumer & digital marketing; strategy & investment.

The event will challenge the attendees to test their own strategy and discuss specific challenges.  They will be given an opportunity to refine their games pitch and to explore their own leadership style.  In addition to providing an opportunity to learn from industry experts attendees will meet like-minded games professionals and potential future businesses partners.

The Tenshi team contributing includes partners Ian Baverstock, Jonathan Newth, Ed Daly, Matt Woodley & Matt Sansam who between them have started, bought and sold games businesses, have worked for start-ups and the world’s largest games companies.   Speakers will include games lawyers, publisher acquisition experts, digital marketeers and investors.

Guest speakers will include Mike Gamble, European Territory Manager, Epic Games and a representative of Grant Thornton.

VENUE:                        Grant Thornton, 30 Finsbury Square, EC2P 2YU (Directions)

DATE:                          12th and 13th March 2013

TIME:                           9am – 6pm

COST:                          £162.50 (exc VAT)

Tiga have negotiated a 10% discount for all their members, so if you are a Tiga member contact enquiries@tenshi.co.uk for the promo code.

To register for this event click here, and if you have any queries please contact  enquiries@tenshi .co.uk

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