More than 90 digital entertainment firms from around the world set to attend Paris event

Disney, Viacom and BBC lead charge for UbiQ

Disney Mobile, Viacom and BBC Worldwide are the latest companies confirmed to participate at the UbiQ conference, it has been revealed.

More than 90 digital entertainment firms from collaborating and competing industries are set to take part at the event that aims to bring them together to share ideas.

“I feel very fortunate to be a speaker at UbiQ Paris because there is simply no other event like it,” said Disney Mobile head of music business affairs Gwen Bethel Riley.

“This is exactly what the international digital entertainment industry needs right now.”

Attendees already announced for the event include Ubisoft Montreal head Louis-Pierre Pharand and former marketing director of Facebook Randi Zuckerberg, who will present the opening keynote.

UbiQ will take place in the Palais Brogniart in Paris between June 18th and 19th.

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