Deadline for session proposals draws near

IGDA Leadership Forum calls for speakers

The 2009 IGDA Leadership Forum is inviting submissions from potential speakers.

Now in its third year, the International Game Developers Association event is welcoming session proposals for its three tracks; personal leadership, project leadership and studio leadership.

Focused on ‘advancing the state of art in game production’, the IGDA Leadership Forum promises to be invaluable for attendees who hold management and director roles in the industry.

Sessions already confirmed look at a variety of topics covering communication, economy, team-building and scheduling.

Those looking to submit proposals must do so by May 1st. To find out more about speaking at the IGDA event, which takes place in San Francisco from November 12th to 13th, visit the official website.

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