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Gamecity Hamburg to Host Summer Meeting on Start-Up Culture

Next counter talk to focus on feelgood management and start-up vibes. Gamecity Hamburg to host panel discussion with InnoGames and Goodgame Studios

With a total of just under 1,500 employees, InnoGames and Goodgame Studios have by far outgrown the status of start-ups. Nevertheless, the two Hamburg-based game company still remain true to theirs roots, and try to maintain the start-up vibe and and unique atmosphere by setting up dedicated founders’ floors in their offices along with feelgood management teams. The unique spirit of start-up and how they could succeed will also be the central topic of the next “Counter Talk” hosted by Gamecity Hamburg.

Start-up and Feelgood Experts

Scheduled for Tuesday 30 June, it will be taking place at the bar “13 Stock”, where Daniel” Budi “Budimann, former presenter of the MTV show “Game One “, will be hosting a panel discussion with the two former startups. InnoGames speaks will be represented by Katharina Oberrecht from the Human Resources department, the feelgood expert Goodgame Studios by Bernd Heinisch from the Performance Marketing.

How Can the Unique Start-Up Spirit Be Preserved?

Focal theme of the panel discussion will be the questio how the unique zest and start-up spirit could be preserved, and where borders should be drawn between a pleasant atmosphere and the gravity of everyday life. Current start-up and feelgood projects are also on the agenda of the summer meeting. After a brief introduction of Gamecity: Hamburg and nextMedia.Hamburg, 45 minutes will be reserved to the “Counter Talk” before the joint barbecue will commence, allowing to make new contacts and to enjoy great food and drinks.
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source and further details:
www.gamecity-hamburg.de

On gamecity:hamburg

With more than 2,000 members, gamecity:Hamburg is the largest German network of the booming sector in the creative industries. “Harbour of the games industry” is the heading under which the gamecity:Hamburg project has provided targeted support to the local games sector since 2003. This division of the initiative nextMedia.Hamburg was established with the intention of developing Hamburg into an attractive location for the computer games industry. The plan is working: Since the inception of gamecity:Hamburg, the number of jobs in the games-related value creation chain has increased from 800 to about 4,000. gamecity:Hamburg operates as a public-private partnership and is headed by its co-founder Stefan Klein.
http://www.gamecity-hamburg.de
(source: gamecity:Hamburg)

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