When business as usual is business unusual…
The Games London Summer Business Hub is an entirely online, brand-new event offering a chance to meet and pitch via video and voice calls, tapping into our extensive contact book of games studios, funders and more.
The Summer Business Hub takes place on Wednesday 15 July and Thursday 16 July and is free to participate. Delegates can request meetings with each other like any event, BUT: we’re also going to use our industry-leading skills to give delegates a handful of pre-programmed meetings with funders or potential partners.
We are also preparing a number of interactive roundtable session, and once more offering up access to a range of mentors and experts who can give advice during Office Hours.
You can sign up using the embedded form below. We’ll confirm attendees over the next few weeks and then in July you will get access to our meeting platform.
The Business Hub is a great way to build connections at a time when almost everyone in the games sector is working from home – our similar events in April created £12m in business leads, with 400 attendees from 35 countries.
Find out more on how it works below.
SAVE THE DATE
Our event is designed for global games delegates
Wednesday 15 July
8am BST to 11pm BST
Thursday 16 July
8am BST to 11pm BST
HOW IT WORKS
Apply to attend via the Typeform below
Once approved you get access the meeting platform in early July
All delegates get guaranteed meetings but you can connect direct too
Do business while you’re working from home
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We’re bringing back the successful Office Hours expert scheme from April’s events giving attendees free 20 mins advice sessions with experts from across the industry representing legal, accounting, finance, funding, biz dev and more.
This runs all day on Wednesday 15 July and Thursday 16 July. This is a great way to sharpen your skills, deepen your knowledge and grow your contact book while working remotely.
PITCH INVESTORS & MEET PUBLISHERS
A number of staff at key publishers and investors have also pledged to take part in the Hub. We’ve got a range of businesses on hand – investment funds, lenders, publishers and even indie co-publishers – ready to work with pre-production studios, nearly-finished games and titles needing rerelease.