BEIJING — (BUSINESS WIRE) — April 28, 2010 — The first China Game Outsourcing Conference (CGOC 2010) is the only grand event concerning game outsourcing to be held during the Shanghai Expo. By taking all-around advantage of ChinaJoy and the Shanghai Expo, CGOC is sure to win global fame. With the preparation going on, CGOC also officially launched its global call for speeches for its summit forum, international session and panels.
CGOC 2010 is sponsored by ChinaJoy organizing committee. With Game Publication Committee of the Publisher Association of China, Shanghai Digital Media Outsourcing Alliance and Shanghai Game Development Association being its co-organizers, CGOC 2010 is organized with the joint efforts of Shanghai Multimedia Industrial Association and Howell International Trade Fair Ltd.
As the first international game outsourcing conference held in China, CGOC 2010 has an epoch-making significance under the post-crisis circumstances, which also accounts for the aim of the event: to build a Noah’s Ark in the post-financial-crisis era. In order to take the business requirements from all the attending enterprises into full consideration as well as to combine overseas experience with Chinese characteristics, CGOC 2010 particularly aims at bringing expert speakers with outsourcing expertise worldwide to the rostrum.
CGOC 2010 brings together major game companies at home and abroad, game enterprises with great demand for outsourcing services, as well as elites from all sections of the industry. In order to live up to the expectation of the participants, the organizing committee of CGOC 2010 will spare no efforts on the invitation of speakers and try its best to provide an ideal platform for well-known professionals in the industry to share their valuable experience of game outsourcing with each other.
CGOC 2010 calls for speeches for many forums such as its summit forum, international session and panels. Speech papers collected will be discussed and selected by CGOC’s Expert Advisory Board in terms of conditions ranging from speech content to industrial credentials and experiences of the applicants. Well known and invited speakers will be asked to advise on the agenda. At the same time, the organizing committee will also directly invite some other industry professionals to be VIP speakers of the conference.
For more details about the speech application, please refer to the following links:
CGOC 2010 Calls for Papers:
CGOC 2010 Speech Submitting Forum downloads:
Basic and further information from members of the Expert Advisory Board and VIP speakers will be released in due time. The organizing committee of CGOC 2010 sincerely invites you to get involved, so as to contribute your efforts to China’s game outsourcing industry.
The first China Game Outsourcing Conference (CGOC), co-organized by Howell International Trade Fair Ltd. and Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association, will take place at Shanghai International Conference Center simultaneously with ChinaJoy 2010. With an aim to provide a platform for the Chinese game outsourcing Industry to communicate and exchange nationally and internationally, the first CGOC is composed of seminars and business negotiations. The conference will not only provide an opportunity to share experience but also facilitate a direct communication between the outsourcing suppliers and buyers, which will practically promote the development of the game outsourcing industry. CGOC will become another major industry event following CGBC (China Game Business Conference) and CGDC (China Game Developers Conference).
Shanghai Multimedia Industry Association (SMIA) is one of the 12 associations in Shanghai established after China joined WTO. It’s a non-profit social organization, united by corporations and individuals which are engaged in the multimedia industry. Up to now, SMIA owns over 250 corporation members focusing on animation, game, digital film, digital exhibition, digital publishing, E-learning and other relevant industries. SMIA has set up a broad network with associations and organizations of more than 10 different countries and maintained a close relationship with organizations, governments, media and corporations in China.
Our Mission include serve our members, facilitate the industry and assist the government. Through conducting activities and setting up public platform, we help members promote their products and services so as to improve their competition ability in domestic and overseas market.
Our Role is a bridge between government and companies, between companies
and companies, between Shanghai and other cities, between China and
overseas countries, through providing information and business
opportunities. We regulate related issues by building a better
environment for multimedia industry. We take full advantage of all
resources and preaching multimedia application and technology on all
level so as to make government and media as well as common people
recognize the importance of multimedia industry and increase their
knowledge of multimedia.