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Ravensbourne Future Media Bootcamp
Friday, June 29, 2012 at 9:30 AM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
Flex your digital content six pack! Learn from the best, book now!
Powered by the Ravensbourne DMIC Project
Friday 29th June 2012 @ Ravensbourne, 6 Penrose Way, London, SE10 0EW
9:30 AM - 5PM
Who'd like to make their content work harder for them?
The market is primed for lean, dynamic digital content companies, and there is a great opportunity for companies that can work smarter with what they have.
Are you a high-flying freelance producer looking to squeeze profitability from the new world of digital content? Maybe you own an independent TV company and are looking for new funding strategies and insights into new markets?
Whether you’re in the TV, film, web, animation, gaming or mobile content business, Ravensbourne’s FREE Future Media bootcamp will teach you the six-pack of future funding skills to make your business leaner.
The Six Pack:
1. The Steps To Adopting New Funding Strategies
2. The Truth About The Changing World Of Commissioning
3. What The New Markets Will (And Won’t) Pay For
4. How To Maximise Your IP
5. How To Improve Profitability
6. How To Make More Than TV Shows.
We know the value of your time, so we’ve pulled out all the stops to bring you speakers with a proven track record in creating profitable digital content.
John Nolan, head of N-One, North One Television
Matt Heiman, Founder, Diagonal View
Chantal Rickards, Head of Programming, MEC Global
Ian Wharton, Creative Partner, Zolmo
Peter Cowley, CEO, Spirit Digital Media
Utku Can Akyuz, Product Manager, Mint Digital
We guarantee you’ll walk away knowing how to do more with less. Arm yourself with principles that you can apply right away to make your business leaner!
For more information email the DMIC team at email@example.com, or call Hayley Crompton on 07783 041248.
Look forward to seeing you there!
9.30 am - Registration @ Ravensbourne Reception / Cafe
10.00 am - Chris Thompson - Introduction to Ravensbourne and DMIC
10.15 am - Matt Marsh - Introduction to the Future Media bootcamp concept.
10.30 am - John Nolan, NorthOne - New Funding Strategies.
10.50 am - Peter Cowley, Spirit Digital Media - New Funding Strategies
11.10 am - Q & A
11.30 am - Chantal Rickards, MEC Global - The New Markets
11.50 am - Matt Heiman, Diagonal View - The New Markets
12.10 am - Q & A
12.30 pm - Lunch
1.30 pm - Ed Blum, Tin Pan Films - Commissioning is Changing
2.30 pm - Ian Wharton, Zolmo - Making More Than TV Shows
2.50 pm - Utku Can Akyuz, Mint Digital - Making More Than TV Shows
3.10 pm - Matt Locke, Storythings - Making More Than TV Shows
3.30 pm - Q & A
3.45 pm - Break
4.00 pm - Tony Morris, Marriott Harrison - Maximising the Value of Your IP
4.30 pm - Chris Thompson, Ravensbourne and Matt Marsh, Firsthand Experience - Summary
5.00 pm - Networking and End
When & Where
DMIC : Digital Media Innovation Consultancy @ Greenwich Digital Peninsula
The Digital Media Innovation Consultancy (DMIC) is a project led by Ravensbourne with support from matched funds with delivery partners The Royal Borough of Greenwich and Four Corners Film. It is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
The Ravensbourne DMIC project will support 500+ London-based Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) to innovate, grow and create new jobs by providing subsidised access to specialist spaces, knowledge, technologies, and media and design facilities. These include Cisco borderless network environments, exceptional broadband connectivity, media and edit suites, software, media production kit, studios and prototyping labs.