The Virtual Goods Forum

Event Info

Wed 23 - Thu 24 Jun, 2010 from 9:00am - 6:00pm
Le Méridien Piccadilly, London
21 Piccadilly
London, UK (Map)
Cost: View the PDF brochure here:


The Virtual Goods Forum is Europe's first event focusing on virtual goods and as such will attract the very companies poised to conquer the market and monetise this exciting industry. This is the event to attend if you're trying to work out how you can monetise your proposition, extend your distribution beyond Facebook and MySpace, understand your consumer base and leverage more out of them, and much more. With the whole ecosystem present – publishers, developers, social networks, virtual worlds, virtual currency platforms, consumer brands, payment solution providers and venture capital firms – all industry viewpoints will be represented at the Virtual Goods Forum 2010 at Le Méridien Piccadilly in London on 23rd and 24th June 2010.


This is your perfect opportunity to question and meet industry experts from Vivio, WeeWorld, Social Gold, Super Rewards, Bango, Kickflip,, Scoreloop, Bigpoint, Flirtomatic, Globis Capital Partners, Second Interest, Tequila Mobile, GAMESbrief, Offerpal, Viximo, Playmatics, +8*, Little World Gifts, Osborne Clarke, Blouzar, Sharpcards, LOLapps, PlaySpan, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, SOFTGAMES, Greentube, Playfish plus many more. The unbeatable speaker line-up includes over 25 cutting-edge viewpoints from industry leaders. For full details please visit or contact andrew_mowbrayatosneymedia [dot] com. View the PDF brochure here.


This forum will give you the opportunity to discover:

•  What lessons you can draw from the first virtual goods billionaires in Asia

•  How you can maximise your use of platforms beyond Facebook and Myspace to distribute your products

•  The best way to monetise your proposition and understand your customers

•  What it takes to engage with real world brands and incorporate them into your business model

•  How to build a virtual economy and virtual currency



Virtual currency; Social gaming; Virtual worlds; Virtual goods; Social media; Mobile events; Technology;


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