Accelerator co-founder will share funding insight during May 14th games event

Execution Labs’ Jason Della Rocca to open Interface live stage

Jason Della Rocca of Canadian accelerator Execution Labs will deliver the opening keynote for the live stage element of Interface, a brand new games event that will take place in London on May 14th.

Della Rocca will kick off a full day of insightful panel sessions and speaker presentations that will help developers learn more about marketing, discoverability and the routes to success in today’s varied games market.

He will touch on a myriad of hot topics, including the realities of getting funded, advice for entrepreneurs, tips on pitching your game, and thoughts on the state of being an indie studio today.

Della Rocca is co-founder of Execution Labs, a firm that helps grow and invest in start-ups not only from Canada but around the globe. Earlier this year, the company used funding of £3.3m to aid multiple studios and launched its first finishing fund.

Interface is the new games industry event from the teams behind Develop and MCV. It aims to bring developers and publishers together so that game creators can pitch their upcoming titles and establish new partnerships.

The live stage is presented by velocity capital firm Pollen VC.

You can find a full Q&A abut the event here. More information can be found, including how to take part, at

Prices to take part in Interface start at just £49. Registration for walk-in delegates is now open, with some free tickets for smaller studios of up to four staff and other basic tickets starting at £20.

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