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Molyneux, Livingstone and Wozniak to keynote Apps World Germany

Molyneux, Livingstone and Wozniak to keynote Apps World Germany

Gaming legends including the founder of Lionhead Studios Peter Molyneux OBE and co-founder of Games Workshop Ian Livingstone will be keynoting at the inaugural Apps World Germany event in Berlin this April.

They will be joined by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak at the event taking place in the CityCube, Berlin on April 22-23 where it is set to attract thousands of visitors, over 150 exhibitors and a total of more than 200 speakers.

Both Peter Molyneux and Ian Livingstone will be sharing their insight on the Gaming Apps stage (part of International Games Week Berlin), with their individual keynotes discussing the evolution of mobile games production; the challenges, lessons learned and future predictions.

What Woz

Whilst having helped shaped the computing industry with his designs of early Apple products that influenced the later Macintosh, Steve Wozniak will be discussing the story of Apple, entrepreneurship, innovation and sharing his industry insight with developers in the free-to-attend Developer World conference stream.

Wozniak, Molyneux and Livingstone will be leading a stellar speaker line up of over 200 experts speaking at 10 niche workshops covering subjects such as HTML5, Mobile Strategy & Marketing, Mobile Payment & Banking, Gaming Apps, TV Apps, Developer, Droid, Enterprise Apps, Cloud and Connected Car.

Other speakers include; Philip E. Ginthör, CEO GSA, Sony Music Entertainment Germany, Ulrik Nehammer, CEO, Coca-Cola, Ben Phillips, Global Head of Mobile, MediaCom, Stefan Zilch, Managing Director Germany, Spotify and Roberto Ciacci, Global Head of Digital Marketing & Connected Car Project Leader, Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Passes start at just €450 and you can save an additional 20% with discount code PG20.

Click here to register today.


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