BEIJING — (BUSINESS WIRE) — June 3, 2010 — Recently, XiaoXu Game Music has confirmed to take part in CGOC 2010â€™s Business Matching Day as outsourcee. As one of the three grand events attached to ChinaJoy, CGOC will be held from July 31 to August 1 at Shanghai International Convention Center. CGOC 2010 is the first professional event concerning game outsourcing held in China.
Participating the CGOC as an outsourcee, Mr. Xiaoxu Lu, the responsible person for outsourcing of XiaoXu Game Music said: â€śWith the aid of the CGOC platform, we hope that we can expand our domestic business and search for more overseas outsourcing opportunities. We have rich experience in international outsourcing and have successful long term partnership with the game companies in Japan, Europe and America. One of the most important purpose for us is to get more attention from those big companies and bring the Chinese original game music to a vast stage.â€ť
As the key part of CGOC 2010, the Business Matching Day provides an opportunity for both the outsourcers and outsourcees to communicate and share technical and managerial experience with each other, making sure both sides can reach agreements on cooperation. The two-day event, on the one hand, enables both sides to discuss topics such as outsourcing project management, mutual needs and outsourcing procedures. On the other hand, it also aims to benefit all participants by facilitating substantial business cooperation between outsourcers and outsourcees.
Beijing XiaoXu Game Music Studio (XiaoXu Game Music) is a professional team in game music and sound effects outsourcing. It has produced music and theme songs for almost 200 online/console games, including Zhuxian2, Wulinwanzhuan, Wendao, Shushan, Shouxuefeiteng, Long, Dahuashuihu, Zhuhou, Shenbingchuanqi, etc. We have partnership with clients from Chinese mainland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Europe and North America, and have rich experience in international outsourcing. The studio has GameMusic Department, SoundDesign Department, VoiceOvers Department, Recording Studio, etc. Understanding the music needs of the players, we provide professional services with high cost performance, high quality and high punctuality. Our official site: www.GameMusic.com.cn
The eye-catching global event of World Expo 2010 is being held in Shanghai, which attracts the presence of guests from all around the world. The General Assembly of China Game Business Conference (CGBC), China Game Developers Conference (CGDC) and the China Game Outsourcing Conference (CGOC) will be launched from July 28th to Aug. 1st at the Shanghai International Convention Center, it is certain that these events will bring about worldwide participation within the gaming industry, therefore to promote and enhance the function of the platform as the â€ścommunication centerâ€ť for the technology & business activities between China and the other countries.
If you are interested in CGOC Business Matching, please download CGOC Registration Form: http://www.chinagoc.com.cn/upload/2010/CGOC_Application_EN.pdf
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. Itâ€™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.
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