Co-founders Alice Taylor and Sulka Haro will discuss their upcoming free-to-play title

MakieLab to speak at next F2P Summit

The co-founders of MakieLab, the London toy and games start-up, are to speak at next month’s F2P Summit.

Alice Taylor and Sulka Haro we be quizzed about how they’re using plastic, 3D printing and a digital changing room to create a new business model with their customisable Makie dolls.

Also at event, Jelly Splash creator Florian will give a detailed account of how his team managed to hit the number one spot on the US Apple App Store top download chart and what he learned throughout the development process.

And Vili Lehdonvirta, research fellow at Oxford University’s Internet Institute will argue that free-to-play games represents an untapped opportunity in terms of their “economic experience”.

The F2P Summit will take place on April 24th at Rich Mix, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA.

F2P Summit is organised by Tandem Events. Passes to the event can be purchased from for £195 (a saving of £100, the full rate is £295).

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