UKTI offer Executive Roundtable Sessions at GDC

UKTI is helping UK games companies to build their businesses through making new industry contacts and sharing cutting edge knowledge at the largest games conference in the world, GDC 2011.

UKTI is inviting 20 UK games companies to attend 3 intimate executive level round table sessions.  These sessions will be interactive, open and thought provoking and will look at key industry areas such as Game and Film Collaboration, Multiplatform Mobile Development and Augmented Reality Applications. These must attend sessions will be held within walking distance of GDC at the British Consulate over lunch on the Wednesday 2 nd and Thursday 3 rd March and breakfast on Friday 4 th March.

Attend and hear from the industry leaders from top innovative organisations such as Intel, Layer, Research Parc,  ProCloud, Siggraph and many more.

In addition, UKTI are offering a free to attend event on Friday 4 th March, between 11:30-12:30pm at their Business Suite in the Moscone Centre.  This session is a must for companies who are looking to or who are already doing business in the US.  The session will be presented by a partner at Loeb and Loeb and will reveal the importance of understanding product development, privacy and freedom of speech in the US.

Past attendees of the UKTI GDC programme Jason Kingsley, Rebellion said:“I found the lunches were a very useful place to revisit and build on business acquaintances and meet new, high powered individuals in an informal setting for an extended period of time.  Getting more than a few minutes with some of these people is difficult at the best of times.  Sharing lunch with them is priceless.”

To sign for the executive lunches please go to  or to find out more contact The executive roundtable sessions will incur an OMIS fee if£515 (including VAT). 

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