As from the NASSCOM Gaming Forum group on Facebook:
As India stands on the threshold of becoming a global powerhouse in Games and Apps development, it is imperative to focus, deliberate and decide on the most important issue, the most important challenge “Monetization”.
Ever increasing mobile user base with data connectivity is unleashing never before opportunities to developers. There are various models of monetization available for developers today, from the premium to freemium model, to from pay per use to ad-supported to model.
But are these able to address the needs of developers in a holistic manner? The session will examine this from the perspective of stake-holders: Payment gateway, Carriers, Appstores, Ad Network, but above all else Developers. The session is a roadshow in Pune on 4th July and Bangalore on 5th July.
There will be lively discussion, fruitful exchange of idea, and some interesting takeaway. And there will be Q & A session for audience to ask pointed questions and grill their panelists.
To top it all there will be interesting case studies of very successful monetization.
What’s more the conference is absolutely FREE. So Register Now -https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13QAINKnZPgK6QmLo--RRqAS8zNZByY9E1fJG34VMZqw/viewform and assure your place in the session.
Date: 5 July 2014
Venue: NASSCOM 10,000 Start-ups Warehouse, Gate NO 1 Tower D 5th Floor, Diamond District, Old Airport Road, Bangalore
10.30 am to 11.00 am- Registrations
11.00 am to 11.05 am- Welcome by NASSCOM
11.05 am to 12.00 pm- Panel Discussion
“The Road to Monetization: Challenges & Opportunities for developers”
- Sanjay Sinha, India Country Manager, Fortumo
- Dhananjay Nath, Vodafone India Limited
- Jeremy, 9Games.com
- Rajesh Rao, CEO, Dhruva Interactive, Chair , NASSCOM Gaming Forum
- Ankit Rawal, Head- Ad Sales-APAC, Inmobi
- Rohit Sharma, Founder, Pokkt
12.00 pm to 12.15 pm- Q & A
12:15 am - 12.35 pm : Tea/Coffee break
12:35 pm t - 12.55 pm : Talk by Fortumo – Martin Villig
“Mantra for Globally successful monetization model - Case studies”
12.55 pm to 1.00 pm – Closing remarks
1.00 pm to 2.00 pm – Lunch