Hot on the heels of our very successful Independent Games Marketing Workshop, we are proud to announce that our 2012 edition of our lightning pitch presentations, What’s Up Pitches?!, has been announced for Friday the 25th of May, from 6pm till 8pm at Spacecubed with drinks and networking afterwards at the nearest bar!
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If you came to last year’s event, you’ll know what to expect but to serve as a refresher for veterans and an introduction to newcomers, here’s a quick breakdown of the event:
What’s Up Pitches?! is an evening of lightning pitches (3 minute so-called elevator pitch) presented by members of the community during which they pitch ideas for games, community initiatives, events or anything games related to their peers. Whether you’re pitching brain-teasers, food for thought or your idea of the world’s most epic game, we want to hear about it. Last year’s event attracted about 60 attendees from students to practicing professionals and we anticipate similar numbers this year. What’s Up Pitches?! will be hosted by our great sponsor, Spacecubed, a co-working innovation space located in the CBD. A short description from their website:
“Spacecubed facilitates a community of changemakers in a 550sqm co-working, collaboration and innovation space located at Ground Floor rear, 45 St Georges Terrace, Perth. Spacecubed provides central access to hot desks, team working space, events, seminar and meeting space.” – www.spacecubed.org
Time, Date and Registration
This year’s What’s Up Pitches?! event will be held on Friday 25th of May 2012, from 6pm till 8pm, followed by networking and debriefs. Participants may opt to pitch as individuals or as a team and the registration deadline for all presenters will be on Monday 21st of May 2012. Participant and attendee registration can be made via Facebook (Let’s Make Games, http://tinyurl.com/6o4t4el ), Twitter (@letsmakegames) or via e-mail (email@example.com).
There’s 3 main ways to have your say at What’s Up Pitches?!
1. You can attend the event, hear other people’s pitches and discuss the ideas after the pitch during our breaks or the networking session.
2. If you already have a great idea and want to present it to your peers, register for a pitching spot now!
3. You can pose a problem to the community and have them pitch you their solutions on the day.
Check out our Pitching Companion for more info about deadlines and recommendations.
We’re always looking for awesome sponsors for our events to make them even better for our community so if you’re interested in sponsoring this event and having your name and logo added to our marketing materials, please send an e-mail to and we’ll gladly run you through our sponsorship options to see if there’s one that fits your budget.