More International Names Join the Exchange

Posted on: Wednesday 26 June 2013 11:57pm

Main Content Inline SmallThe International Exchange is the CMC’s new market event with over 40 buyers, investors and co-producers looking for programmes, projects, partners and talent in the Hubs throughout the Conference.

More international guests have just signed up for the Exchange.

Biren Ghose 
is Country Head in India for Technicolor – the most prolific studio in the world for CG feature films, TV series and art for computer gaming. Brien says he is looking to expand Technicolor’s reach as a service provider, and he’s also selectively seeking co-productions.  Biren is also President of the ABAI, an industry association which partners the Indian Government on animation and visual effects policy.  So for background on the Indian animation scene his advice is invaluable.

Yago Fandiño Lousa 
Is Kids’ Content Manager at TVE, the Spanish public broadcaster.  He’s responsible for the production of children’s TV programmes and interactive development. ‎ He’s looking for interactive developments (from apps to connected TV), transmedia properties and, he says ‘the next big thing” for the kids’ channel in Spain.

Desmond Ngai
is Manager, Industry & Business Development at Multimedia Development Corporation (MDEC) Malayisa. He is looking to talk to companies who are interested in finding out more about expanding into Asia with Malaysia as a regional hub, backed by Malaysian government financial and production incentives.

All are available now on the CMC International Exchange booking system, where all registered delegates for the Exchange can organise meetings with them.  The Exchange is open to CMC delegates for an additional fee of £45 + VAT.  This gives you access to the Exchange meeting lounge from 3rd to the 5th July, and five additional sessions of business-oriented content in the Focus On… strand on the 3rd.

You can register for the International Exchange when you book for the main Conference, or if you’ve already booked, you can go back into the bookings system and add the Exchange as an option.

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