SOURCEBOOK: Indigo Pearl profile

Our series of profiles of leading games service and creative firms continues with Indigo Pearl.

Indigo Pearl

Sector:Creative and Promotional Services
Year Established:2000
Number of employees:10
Address:8a Lonsdale Road, London, NW6 6RD
Phone:020 8964 4545

Key contacts:
Caroline Miller – caroline@indigopearl.com
Kirsty Endfield – kirsty@indigopearl.com
Olly McGowan – olly@indigopearl.com

Website:www.indigopearl.com
Email:info@indigopearl.com
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Indigo Pearl is an independently-owned PR, social media and events agency specialising in games, entertainment technology and apps. Based in North London and founded in 2000, today the company comprises a 10-strong team of highly creative and hard-working staff and consultants. Indigo Pearl has been at the forefront of digital entertainment since day one, and has evolved itself to meet the needs of clients as they move from traditional to digital entertainment.

PressXtra.net: The agency boasts a thriving press and client intranet and extranet business, built from scratch using proprietary tech, which services over 60% of the world’s leading game publishers and a number of indie developers. The PressXtra.net has revolutionised the way many major publishers manage their press sites, providing a secure and user-friendly system, and offering direct contact to over 10,000 registered users across the world.

Indigo Pearl is featured in Sourcebook, the essential guide to service firms and creative agencies in the games industry.

The 2013 edition is published on July 26th and is a premium print book mailed to readers of MCV plus its sister titles Develop and PCR, and available as a digital edition on PC and iPad, and atwww.intentmedia.co.uk/sourcebook.

To make sure you are featured amongst its listings of the leading agencies and services in games, contactJennie.Lane@intentmedia.co.ukor call her on 01992 535 647.

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