European Women in Games Conference Launches Sept. 10

July 23, 2014 - GamePolitics Staff

The European Women in Games Conference will open its doors officially on Sept. 10 and will feature two keynote speakers (so far), organizers announced today. This year's event will take place at London South Bank University, in London England.

Topics being focused on this year relevant to women already in the games industry or trying to break in include setting up your own games company, games industry career advice on to how to encourage more school children to consider a career in the games industry, and much more.

The conference will also feature keynotes from Emma Mulqueeny, the founder of Rewired State and Young Rewired State and a Commissioner for the Speaker's Commission on Digital Democracy; and Andrew Webber, Marketing Director - Audience Acquisition at Microsoft. More speakers and panelists will be announced leading up to the event's launch.

Early-bird pricing at £20.00 is available here.

"The European Women in Games Conference has steadily grown over the past four years," conference organizer David Smith said. "The 2014 event will help all industry professionals’ progress their careers and we are making it accessible to everyone. I’d like to thank London South Bank University for hosting the conference and making it possible for us to offer attractive ticket prices for a first rate and pertinent program both for existing industry professionals as well as those hoping to join our industry."

For more information on the European Women in Games Conference, check out www.womeningamesjobs.com.


 
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