The London Games Conference is less than four weeks away. The schedule is nailed down and the delegate list is filling up. Make sure you book your place at the event on Wednesday 19th November.
Here are eight reasons why you should come along to the sixth London Games Conference...
1. New daytime format
We've changed from an evening event to a daytime one – this gives more time, for more speeches and even better networking opportunities.
2. Learn how to sell more games
The topic for LGC 2014 is how to get your games in front of the right audiences. With more games fighting for attention than ever before, we'll focus on the marketing challenge.
3. Finally understand what native content means
The hot marketing trend today is around creating commercial messaging that can be integrated into editorial content and promoted. Buzzfeed do that better than anyone else, and Will Hayward, BuzzFeed's Vice President of Europe, will reveal their unique approach, using real life examples from the games market.
4. Get better at social media
We'll have Rick Kelly, Global Director of Gaming Sales from Facebook on the stage. Sara May Wellock, Lead Community Manager at Sony Xdev Studios Europe will speak on building thriving communities that play, create and share.
5. Discover the value of live events
Rupert Lohman, CEO of Gamer Network will share the experience learnt from building EGX into Europe's premier live gaming event. Loman will deliver detailed data about the benefits of live engagement with gamers. He'll show changing trends in UK gamers, mapping direct feedback against Metacritic scores, examining changes year on year and detailing console ownership expectations.
6. Figure out how much you should be spending on marketing
Nick Parker, CEO and Founder Parker Consulting will share marketing investment levels across mobile, PC and console and the results they are delivering.
7. Get a global (and a UK) plan
Nathan Lindberg, Vice President, Global Sales at Curse Gaming will show research on how to speak to global game communities with local sentiment.
8. And that's just the start
We'll also have IGN, Ubisoft, Twitch, Green Man Gaming and others on the stage. And we expect a packed room full of games market senior execs, marketers and more.
You need to be there too!
For the full London Games Conference 2014 agenda, speakers list and ticketing details check www.londongamesconference.com.
Click here to book your ticket now.
We already have delegates confirmed from across the games business, including:Hauppauge Digital SARL, Nordic Games,Rocket,Green Man Gaming,Arvato/Sonopress,Testology,Heaven Media,Twitter,Brand Gulture Sport & Ent,Indigo Pearl,Drum,101 London,Carbon Digital, Future Games of London, Plan of Attack, Wikia and Team Dignitas.
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London Games Conference is sponsored by Twitch, IGN, Curse, Respondez, Google and OPM Recruitment.