The 10 the Edition of the Hamburg Games Conference was all about Communities - new opportunities for development and marketing.
It was all about the huge potential of communities and what opportunities they offer for development, PR and marketing.
It was presented by law firm GRAEF Rechtsanwälte, gamecity: hamburg, Filmförderung Hamburg Schleswig-Holstein leading for European Union North Sea Region project Create Converge and SuperCrowd.
The conference provides talent and CEOs from gaming and media companies with information, case studies and best practice examples to work in a fast changing digital world. A key message is that open and responsible engagement with communities of interest and the resulting feedback offers invaluable and unique opportunities ,
This well-established event guarantees a great mix of participants from different sectors such as game developers/designers, film producers, story boarders, attendants with a law background and beyond.
Speakers included Mikkel Robrahn (PietSmiet and Friendly Fire), Lina Berehi (Marketing Manager, THQ Nordic), Franziska Lehnert (Head of Communication, Bethesda Softworks), Steffen Grzwia (Head of Marketing & PR, Rocket Beans Entertainment), Markus Gogolin (Head of Marketing Frankfurt Book Fair), Valeria Richter (Pebble and Nordic Factory Cph) and Dominik Schoenleben (EMEA Community Manager, Niantic)
Postcards and Business Cards were widely distributed as at all events.
This was an add-on on to the conference v=by 12min.me well known for their
regular meetups and other events on current and cutting edge topics. They
were the focus for a pitching and networking session that took place
following the conference with speaker, Jan Asmus, a long-time CC
Jan spoke about Funding for Games in Hamburg - A Plea.
Invitations to the Hamburg Games Conference were sent via direct email to 940 recipients.