Campaign India Team
Nov 17, 2008

Zapak India Gaming Summit on 21 Nov in Mumbai

Zapak India Gaming Summit's second edition, in association with Intel, will be held on 21 November 2008 at the Nehru Centre, Mumbai. The India Gaming Summit 2008 (IGS) will discuss the opportunities and challenges in the gaming industry. The IGS would be held against the backdrop of the India Gaming Expo 2008 this year.

Zapak India Gaming Summit on 21 Nov in Mumbai

Zapak India Gaming Summit's second edition, in association with Intel, will be held on 21 November 2008 at the Nehru Centre, Mumbai.

The India Gaming Summit 2008 (IGS) will discuss the opportunities and challenges in the gaming industry. The IGS would be held against the backdrop of the India Gaming Expo 2008 this year.

The broad agenda of the summit comprises of gaming on the road to 2011; driving the gaming eco system – opportunities and challenges; infrastructure and technology – opportunities and challenges; distribution and access – opportunities and challenges and marketing and advertising – strategies and case studies.

Some of the speakers in the summit include Rajesh Sawhney, president, Reliance Entertainment; Rohit Sharma, COO, Zapak Digital Entertainment; Prakash Bagri, director-marketing, Intel (South Asia); Quentin Poulet, CEO, Kreeda; Nishant Goyal, manager-sales, southeast Asia, NVIDIA; Jaspreet Bindra, regional director - entertainment and devices, Microsoft India and Madan Sanglikar, partner- inventions – Mindshare.

For further information on the summit, log on to www.igs2008.com.

Source:
Campaign India

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