Just hours left to save some money on attending two leading events

Develop Awards and Conference: Early bird ends today

At the stroke of midnight tonight the early bird offers on both the Develop Awards and the Develop Conference end, meaning there’s just hours left to save yourself a tidy sum.

The pivotal Develop Conference takes place from July 13th to 15th in Brighton, and brings together a huge number of speakers and industry professionals at the Hilton Metropole in Brighton.

Partner event The Develop Awards takes place in the same venue on July 14th, and offers the UK’s only peer-voted awards for the European development industry, which is set to welcome 500 guests.

The finalists of the Develop Awards were annouced last week

Early bird prices for the Develop Awards are: Gold Table of 10 – £1,975 + VAT; Standard Table of 10 – £1,750 + VAT; and Single Seats – £175 + VAT.

To book your place at the event contact Kathryn.Humphrey@intentmedia.co.uk, or download the booking form here

Develop Conference tickets are available from the event’s official website here. Presently a one-day pass costs £265, rising to £315 after tonight’s deadline passes. A two-day pass is £430 (£540 after deadline) and a full three-day pass is £495 (£645 after deadline). Alternative passes are available, such as the Audio Pass, Student Pass, Expo Pass and group bookings.

There are a number of promotional possibilities at the Develop Awards event that include category and award sponsorship. Contact Katie.Rawlings@intentmedia.co.uk for more information on how you can get involved.

Meanwhile, we’re also announcing the addition of new awards for outsourcing companies that will be handed out at the event.

Specifically, we have split the Creative Outsourcing prize into two – Audio Outsourcer and Visual Outsourcer – to better reflect the sophisticated ecosystem of business supplying sound and video material to games developers across Europe.

These join other new prizes Best New Download IP and Micro Studio, but classic popular prizes Independent Studio, Visual Arts and Technical Innovation.

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