Chamber Event details
Thursday 29 November
Join us for an event showcasing talented games studios from across Scotland! #SmallBizSatUK
This event is aimed at the Games Industry and discussing the support available to reach international markets.
Taking place at Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce, 37 City Quay the event is part of the Small Business Saturday campaign, which exists to support, inspire and promote small businesses.
The Department for International Trade in partnership with the Scottish Chamber Network, are delighted to bring you this event focussing on the games industry.
The event, on Thursday 29th November 2018, will hear about the support available to help games & digital businesses grow, reach new markets and trade on a global stage.
We'll have a Panel session in conjunction with UKIE (UK Interactive Entertainment), a trade body that represents the UK's games and interactive entertainment industry.
The Panel, chaired by Sam Collins of Ukie, will discuss international trade and the opportunities for Scottish games companies. Panellists will include Keith Adair from deltaDNA and Paul Farley from TAG games.
Then we'll hear from Sean Taylor, Project Director of InGAME, about the £9m video gaming research and development hub based in Dundee. The InGAME project will provide space for artists, designers, writers, and business specialists. The project is being led by Abertay University, in partnership with the University of Dundee and St Andrews University.
There will be talks from exciting & innovative games companies about their own journeys: from accessing significant investment funding to take a first game to market to using the latest tools and interfaces for dynamic audio design.
Join us in the heart of Dundee's Waterfront at 12noon for food & a chance to meet local studios & games companies before the event kicks off at 12.30pm - there will be lots of opportunity during the afternoon to talk to attendees about the support available to grow & internationalise your business.
Travelling: You’ll find plenty of parking spaces close to 37 City Quay, and the train station is just a short walk past the V&A Museum of Design to the City Quay area. Travel from the central belt by train is less than 90 minutes, and from London Kings Cross, less than six hours.