The Department of Game Design, Technology and Learning Processes at Gotland University has just opened the registration for Gotland Game Conference 2012!
Board of Innovation is headlining with two sessions on innovative business models for games. You might’ve seen their amazing work over at slideshare? Gotland University tells us the Board will create new material specifically for the GGC.
And the university have partnered up with the Business Development-branch of Region Gotland, our own Science Park incubator and Almi – a national organisation tasked with promoting growth and innovation in Swedish business life. That’s a pretty powerful line-up! The entire program is carrying an overarching theme of business savvy and modern markets for game developers.
… call me crazy, but this seems just up our ally.
Registration is open until the 18th of May, and you can follow the conference development through their blog.