Business development through network

Growing Games prepare game entrepreneurs for developing their company. We provide them with knowledge, inspiration – and a handshake with the person, who can help them master their challenges.


Growing Games is the place, where new leaders of game companies meet experienced people, experts, advisors and each other to talk business. Growing Games på dansk.

"Attending Growing Games makes me feel that I am not alone and it is possible to reach my goals and make it happen."

A Network Worth Entering
The core target group of Growing Games is leaders of early stage game companies. The typical participants are full-time entrepreneurs working on their first major production. They are both experienced game developers leaving an existing company to start their own or newly graduated game developers continuing a student project as professionals.

In 2016 Growing Games will

  • Be truly national: Growing Games will host 10 events in total across Copenhagen and the major game hubs in Jutland. We will develop the program in close collaboration with regional partners who will also be an active part of our marketing strategy.
  • Work truly internationally: If we want to raise the bar for the Danish game industry we need to broaden our perspectives. In 2016, we will invite international speakers and key guests for all events. The guests could be publishers, investors or business developers from the game industries in other countries.
  • Bridge the gap between the games industry and corporate partners: Through our corporate partners we will bridge the gap between the game industry and larger corporations from others industries. We do this to bring both corporate competencies and valuable network into the industry.

We always strive for excellence in Growing Games. We are continuously on the lookout for the next business practices that will shape the games industry, and our list of themes, stories, speakers, experts and participants continue to grow.

Participation is free of charge.

Ask us anything, contact Mads Marturin at