5 SESSIONS RUNNING FROM NOVEMBER 10TH TO MARCH 15TH
iLunch Top 10.0iLunch is an intelligence, skills development, and business networking event for interactive digital media producers, developers, and entrepreneurs. This series also attracts professionals from digital marketing agencies, film and television production and professional services, looking to better understand and partner with interactive digital media developers.
iLunch 10.0 will consist of case studies followed by panel discussions that seek to examine successful business practices and strategies. At an iLunch session delegates will learn about forward-thinking strategies, have the opportunity for Q & A with the panellists and network with potential business contacts in an informal setting.
The theme of this year’s iLunch 10.0 is “Top 10”, in honour of the 10th anniversary of the series. Interactive Ontario will present five instalments that will focus on the idea of ten ways to build your business
11:30 Doors Open/pre-event networking
12:25 Introductory remarks
12:30 Panel Discussion
2:00 Event wrap & post-event networking
MARCH 15TH, 2012In this session, we explore the different avenues, opportunities and partnerships which are available for globally-minded interactive digital media producers. With so many moving parts, how do interactive projects with several partners all come together in a cohesive and meaningful way?
NOVEMBER 10TH, 2011Is
building your audience via the social web part of your business plan?
It should be! This exciting iLunch session will feature case studies
from the trail blazers who paved the way in Social Media for their
DECEMBER 1ST, 2011This
session will delve into what the main ingredients are to increase
interaction with your IP and grow a brand partners’ recognition. Learn
about the 10 ways to boost user engagement through branded
entertainment, gamification and innovative campaigns.
JANUARY 31ST, 2012Your mobile IP needs to to have the right business strategy in order to
get the best ROI. This session will focus on helping game developers and
IDM producers to find the right growth and exit strategies.
FEBRUARY 16TH, 2012How
do you seal the deal with a game publisher or investor? First, you need
to be able to distinguish your game from the rest of the pack through
great content, but secondly and just as importantly, your pitching style
and execution must impress as well.
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