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Develop:Brighton 2018 to run all eight conference tracks across three days

Develop:Brighton 2018 to run all eight conference tracks across three days

Develop:Brighton will kick off on Tuesday, July 10th with an expanded conference program that sees new tracks added to the first day.

Traditionally the conference began with the Evolve track, but this year that track will now run across three days.

This year’s eight conference tracks to be run across all three days include Design, Art, Audio, Business, Coding, Evolve, Indie and Discoverability across all three days.

Evolving conference

“By incorporating Evolve into the main conference, this allows us to offer more content and choice across all three days, so it is easier for all those in the development community to focus on the topics that really matter to them,” said Tandem Events MD Andy Lane.

“Each year, we always strive to deliver a programme that is relevant and insightful to today’s development community. With more developers self-publishing, discoverability is an issue many come across. Our new Discoverability track is aimed at helping those who have great ideas get noticed and nurture their community.

“For those thinking about submitting a session, be clear on who your talk is aimed at and outline the take-away an attendee would get from listening to you.”

The call for speaker submissions is open for the event. Applicants have until March 14th to submit their proposals at the Develop:Brighton website.

Develop:Brighton will take place from July 10th to July 12th 2018.


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Craig Chapple is Senior Editor of PocketGamer.biz and InfluencerUpdate.biz. He was previously Deputy Editor at Develop and Online Editor at Nintendo of Europe.

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