Indonesia’s Game System
There’s a need for overseas publishers in the local gaming industry.
There’s a demand by international companies for outsourcing part(s) of their game development and production to local companies
There’s an upward trend towards creating a gamified system as an engagement medium among non-gaming companies
There’s an untapped pool of potential among local talents in Indonesia
Triple A Companies
Encourage triple A companies to open up branches in Indonesia to promote further developments in the local gaming industry.
Here’s what to expect at IGS Connect
Look for Publisher / Investor
Area Show Booth, showcasing Game Companies IP Development that been curated selectively so that local or overseas publishers to come and look around, potentially striking a business deal.
Work for Hire / Outsourcing Potential
Area Show Booth, showcasing Game Companies Outsourcing / Work for Hire Services that been curated selectively so that local or overseas companies to come and look around, potentially striking a business deal.
Talent Area, where’s the Respected Indonesia Industry Veteran either from local to overseas companies would try to give Career Advice & Portfolio Reviews to Local Talents and give them advices and reviewing their portfolio, so they could prepared better when they applying to the position and the company they wanted.
In Business Seminar, Trade visitor could learn all things that would support their game-related businesses from game talents, managers, CEO, Publishers, and Other Industries.
Inside the venue of IGDX Business, There would be tables with a numbers on them, that would react to a business matchmaking app (optional), or you can just mingle with others trade visitors then semi-formally talking about your products and how it benefits both parties.
Stay Tuned for more exciting updates
IGS Connect x IGDX Business
21 August 2020