QUO VADIS 2018 introduces more highlight speakers from Splash Damage & Titan School of Design & Visual Communications
Cologne based organizer celebrates local carnival with 30% off quick sale until February 12
Aruba Events, a subsidiary of Computec Media Group (CMG), has announced more speakers for QUO VADIS 2018, taking place in Berlin April 24th-25th, 2018.
Spanning from political to satire in the session ‘Games as a Major Force in Politics’, Tsahi Liberman from Tiltan School of Design & Visual Communication, presents games that offer more than entertainment and covers current political topics like racism, religion and the military.
Andreas Gschwari, Associate Creative Director at Splash Damage, admits and explores his own errors in ‘Lessons on Leadership: How I went from a horrible boss to a respected leader’ which promises to offer not only valuably learnings for future executives, but also for team players of any kind.
‘The formula to InnoGames‘ success: our centralised systems’ will be revealed in Kay Schnittker and Thomas Cartwright’s session. The engineering director and the implementation manager of the browser and mobile game developer talk about the framework of their company and give exciting insights in the development of games to go.
More exciting topics will be covered at Quo Vadis 2018, with confirmed talks including:
- Rebecca Harwick, Lead Writer at Wooga
- Philip Hammer, Principal Programmer at Deck13
- Candela Ayala Vizán, Community Manager at Gameforge
- Marc Braun, Producer at Ubisoft Blue Byte
- Tillmann de Vries, Solicitor with focus on restructuring and insolvency at KÜBLER Rechtsanwälte
- Patryk Grzeszczuk, Marketing Director at 11 bit studios
- Mikkel Lodahl, Senior Lecturer and Director of Institute of Institute for Danish Game Development
- Peter Retzlaff, Manager Restructuring at KKPMG AG Wirtschaftsprüfungsgesellschaft
- Jan Pollak, Senior Ad Monetization Manager at Wooga
- Tim Shepherd, Senior Product Manager at Wooga
- Kai Bodensiek, Partner of Brehm & v. Moers
Additional internationally renowned speakers will be announced soon.
To compliment today’s speaker announcements, the Cologne based organizer celebrates its local carnival with a sale from 9th-12th February and offers 30% off* entry tickets to Europe’s longest standing developer conference. Students have the opportunity to be part of this year’s event with the Student Pass, for less than €70 until Monday.
Tickets and more information on the categories are available at http://qvconf.com/tickets.