Danish Computer Game Developers Workshop
Danish Computer Game Developers Workshop:
A framework for east: west collaboration
by Biren Ghose, CEO, Animation Bridge, India
Friday October 21 at 9.30 a.m.
Copenhagen Business School, 2000 Frederiksberg
imagine.. Creative Industries Research has the pleasure of inviting Danish computer game developers, animators, and other interested to a half-day workshop on outsourcing opportunities with Biren Ghose, CEO Animation Bridge, India.
India is emerging as one of the dominant countries in the development of IT services, e.g. software programming. Outsourcing of development and programming activities from Western companies to Indian partners has taken a huge upswing during the last decade, and there is a range of exiting options for Danish computer games developers.
At the workshop, Biren Ghose will talk about some of the possibilities for a closer cooperation between Danish and Indian firms. Biren Ghose will present his experiences with building of networks and partnerships between international developers and Indian programmers, also taking into account the issue of raising international venture capital. Biren Ghose will discuss directly with workshop participants the options for Danish firms using Indian ICT resources while obtaining finance from international sources.
09.30 Welcome by associate professor Mark Lorenzen, imagine.. CBS
09.40 "Maximising cross border efficiencies as the world becomes flat!" New paradigms in east: west cooperation and a framework for collaboration for the games industry” by Biren Ghose
10.15 Coffee Break
10.30 Response and discussion
12.00 Lunch – discussion continued
The workshop is organised in order to help to improve the effect of sharing knowledge and to inspire innovation within production processes in the computer games.
Participation is free. Lunch costs 150 DDK. (also free for imagine.. Partners). Number of participants: max 15 persons.
For participation contact Lonnie Hansen by e-mail:
email@example.com or phone 3815 2965 - 19th of October the latest.
imagine.. is a research centre at Copenhagen Business School, conducting research on the organization of creativity in firms, projects and networks. The centre published the Danish Computer Games Annual Mapping 2005 this summer. A new mapping with updated statistics and analysis will be published in 2006.