Velocity capital firm will offer market insight as part of May 14th’s content marketplace event

Pollen VC backs Interface as Live Stage Partner

Mobile and app payment expert Pollen VC has signed on to help provide a live stage element for upcoming event Interface.

Organised by Develop and its sister publication MCV, Interface brings developers and publishers together, allowing the former to pitch and present new games.

Alongside the private meetings, expo and Indie Zone presented by Unity, there will also be a live stage presenting a series of micro-talks and workshops, thanks to Pollen VC.

The company will also be sharing more insight into how it helps mobile developers receive payment for their game sales quicker, and use that money efficiently to sustain their business. We interviewed Pollen VC about their offering earlier this year.

“We’re excited to help developers accelerate their growth during their crucial launch phase,” said Pollen VC boss Martin Macmillan. “Interface is a great way for us to introduce the new concept behind Pollen VC to start-ups and indies who need to work out how best to fund user acquisition as they prepare to launch new games.”

Interface will be head at the Candid Arts Trust, near Angel in Central London, on Thursday, May 14th, with more than 50 companies already signed up to either exhibit or attend.

And don’t forget, indie studios with four or less team members can already register for free.

More information on how you can take part can be found, or email to get on the general mailing list and get updates first.

Prices to take part in Interface start at just £49. Registration for walk-in delegates is open now, with basic tickets starting at £20.

Head to to register.

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