Join Google, Twitter, Microsoft and Fiksu for PG Connects Bangalore's Acquire and Monetise track

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Join Google, Twitter, Microsoft and Fiksu for PG Connects Bangalore's Acquire and Monetise track

Another week means another PG Connects Bangalore conference track annoucement.

The third of the four tracks that make up the core of the forthcoming event on 16-17 April centres on the key issues at the heart of the marketing and monetisation landscape, making it a must for any business focused indie developers.

Acquire and Monetise

Capturing the latest trends in the mobile advertising sector and running through the 'must knows' of mobile game monetisation, it's a great opportunity to level up your mobile gaming business understanding.

Speakers featured on this track include Sergio Salvador from Google, Fiksu's Spencer Scott, and Thorbjorn Warin from AdColony, alongside representatives from Twitter, Microsoft, Vserv, Woobi, Bee7, Pokkt, Nazara, and more.

You'll find the current full schedule breakdown listing for Acquire and Monetise, as well as the conference's other tracks, here.

Produced in partnership with Reliance Games and held at the Lalit Ashok hotel, PGC Bangalore offers the perfect blend of sharply honed content, unrivalled access to the leading international experts, and excellent networking opportunities with the key members of the India and South East Asia mobile sector.

Some of the biggest names in the industry such as ZeptoLab, Bossa Studios, iDreamSky, Halfbrick, Rovio, Disney, Electronic Arts, LINE, Lima Sky, and many more are turning up to deliver vital market insight alongside practical development, marketing, and monetisation advice. 

Registration for PGC Bangalore is still open.

With three boys under the age of 12, former Edge editor Joao has given up his dream of making it to F1 and instead spends his weekends transforming his living room floor into a venue for hosting increasingly complex Scalextric tracks. When in work mode, he looks after the production (aka the behind-the-scenes magic) of Steel Media's series of conferences.