The event took place on 19 and 20 October 2016 and we were there speaking about some of our specialist areas - crowdfunding combined with social finance, gaming and regulation. It was full of useful content from over 60 speakers as well as plenty of workshops and exhibitions to get involved with!
Here's a quick summary if you missed us.
BWB Associate Gemma Boore coordinated a two hour interactive session where a plethora of industry experts with experience developing, investing in and advising successful gaming companies discussed the pros and cons of crowdfunding in the games industry.
Gemma's guests included Tom Leigh, Director at Crowdcube; Travis Winstanley, Games Investment Director at Kuju; Gareth Evans, Chief Technology Officer at Phundee; and a host of others including the pioneers behind Failbetter Games, Massive Monster and Foam Sword.
Alongside speakers from Big Society Capital, Nesta and Ethex, Oliver Hunt, a solicitor in our social finance team, looked at how crowdfunding can make a real difference to funding for social enterprise and ventures.
“There was great interest in the potential for crowdfunding to fund social impact projects, from donations to individuals, rewards based offers from consumer focused social start-ups, to investments in social enterprises.
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