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Emma Cooper


Business Development Manager

Emma Cooper

Emma is Business Development Manager at Rocket a forward thinking creative digital agency. Emma has been working with clients and development teams to create vivid interactive experiences for over 15 years. Her career highlights so far include project managing a BAFTA Nominated Game for CBBC’s Dick ‘n’ Dom and working on the game for Channel4’s Live from Space that was recreated by astronauts aboard the International Space Station… in SPACE! Emma is passionately protective of playfulness, she’s a creative problem-solver, skilled in finding a balance between the needs of brands and the time, ability and attention span of the user.

Emma's Sessions

Converging Careers - Report

Posted on: Sunday 05 July 2015 8:53pm

Hosted by Senior Producer at BBC Children's Lorraine Camm this session set out to discuss the demanding career requirements brought up by the current multiplatform children's media jobs market. Lorraine explained that if "media platform and production are converging" what skill-sets do we need to deal with that convergence. Juliet Tzabar says in…

Opening Session: Game Change - Report

Posted on: Thursday 02 July 2015 7:25pm

The Children's Media Conference has a reputation as one of the friendliest conferences in children's media - but it's not backward in coming forward and the opening session certainly set the tone for this year's conference. This year's conference theme is 'All Change?'  and chair Steve Hewlett reckons "We're right on the…

Creative Keynote with Jenny Sealey - Report

Posted on: Thursday 02 July 2015 5:52pm

Sue Nott set up this evening's keynote: "We're going to look at our theme 'All Change?' from a different perspective... looking at change more as a call to action than as a business need." Jenny Sealey's profile defines her as "a fighter".  My expectations for this session were quite high and Jenny…

Ed Tech Futures - Report

Posted on: Thursday 02 July 2015 3:52pm

Takeaway: Workshops and user testing are key to ensuring your audience understand and want to engage with your products. Immersing yourself in kid's culture will help you get perspective on what they want as well as what's important to them. Branding needs to come from an honest place and not…