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The Main Event

This month's featured presenter is:

Clive Gorman on Marketing for Start-ups

Clive will talk about the fundamental things you need for your product launch and beyond.

Clive is a very experienced multi-disciplined videogames marketing and product management professional with more than 17 years working in the technology and videogames industry. He is currently the product marketing manager responsible for marketing strategy, implementation and product management at TinyMob Games.

We have a private room with a projector and a ton of space. Show off your current projects; do some play-testing; or just relax and enjoy the awesome local food and craft-brewed beer.

The meetup will kick off with presentations and then transition into free-form networking.


4:30pm: Doors open (room is locked earlier)

5:10pm: Opening announcements by group organizers

5:15pm: Featured presentation

5:45pm: Open stage for show-and-tell, networking and socializing

7:30pm: Venue closes (We are free to move to the main bar if we wish)


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  • Jim W.

    Thanks to everyone, it was my first time to one of these events, I felt welcomed and I gained some good knowledge.

    June 4, 2014

  • Clive G.

    A couple of links for research purposes for your game/project: &

    June 3, 2014

  • Clive G.

    Thanks Bruce, and thanks for everyone who attended. I did want to clarify one point I made for everyone who attended about advertising to children as I realized I wasn't very clear. You CAN run above the line advertising such as TV media and online banner advertising. What you CAN'T do is collect data on children for below the line marketing such as email or anything that requires identifiers of individuals per the COPPA act.

    If anybody would like to ask follow up questions please email me [masked].

    1 · June 2, 2014

  • Bruce_N_Smith

    Thanks Clive and organizers, that was a great session!

    1 · June 2, 2014

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