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Growing Games

Growing Games er en række specialiserede workshops, med fokus på forretningsudvikling. Growing Games er målrettet virksomheder i spilindustrien og beslægtede digitale brancher.


Growing Games CPH: Marketing in the Post-advertisement era

Consumer expectations and habits continue to evolve. Digital advertising is slowly dying, merging with content. While this is already a cause of upheaval, social media presents a tremendous opportunity to more effectively engage consumers and tell your stories.

Takeaways from another year of Growing Games

Evaluation: Great satisfaction with the Growing Games project.The latest season of growing games had record numbers of satisfied participants, for the third year running! We have had 273 participants, from 166 different companies join the 10 Growing Games seminars in 2016.

Growing Games CPH: Invest in Danish games?

The 6th season of Growing Games will be kicked off March 23, with a discussion at the top industry level. The game developers screams for risk capital, but the investors are nowhere to be found. Should we change the way we think about investments?

Growing Games CPH: The financial road from idea to reality

Growing Games CPH, November. Control your finances before your finances end up controlling you. If you don't have money, you won’t be around long enough to worry about building your product and generating attention.

How to strategize your content

Unity’s social media manager gives three tips for a successful marketing campaign.


A strategy is important when you deal with marketing and social media, most of us can probably agree on that. At Growing Games in Aarhus, Kristyna Paskova, social media manager at Unity, gave tips to how such a strategy comes to life.

Nobody expects the Kittypocalypse

Bo Bennekov from Bolverk Games tells of his and his team’s experience in a brand new field: VR games and how to deal with investors.


Set Snail and the Dark Souls of walking

Aarhus based developers Set Snail share their experiences from releasing three different mobile games.


The pitfalls of partnerships

The hosts of Growing Games, the Aarhus-based law firm Lett, also contributed with a talk as Peter Neve took the participants through the potential pitfalls of dealing with international clients.


Pixeleap and the wonders of open development

Why did Pixeleap go for an almost totally open development for Battlesouls?



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