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Speaker Spotlight: Zeptolab head of publishing Dylan Tredrea

Dylan Tredrea will be giving a talk at Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki called Revenue Projections: or How I Learned to Love Excel

Speaker Spotlight: Zeptolab head of publishing Dylan Tredrea

Dylan Tredrea is Head of Publishing at Zeptolab. At Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki he'll be giving a talk entitled Revenue Projections: or How I Learned to Love Excel.

Click here to get more info on the show and to buy your tickets.

Dylan Tredrea previously worked as a Product Management Director at Rovio, the Director of BI & Monetisation at Geewa and as a Product Manager at Disney.

PocketGamer.biz: What does your role at the company entail?

Dylan Tredrea: Finding development partners and helping them ship successful games.

What do you think have been the most exciting developments in gaming since the last Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki?

Colouring apps, I never, ever would have expected this to be successful.

There being such a market for these kinds of hobby/game/relaxing experiences is really interesting.

I'm certain it won't be the last 'surprise' in this direction.

What are your thoughts on the way the industry has grown in the last 12 months?

Frankly, it's growing as expected.

Better products/process are improving tier one performance and there is still plenty of growth in developing markets as well.

I think we still have a decade or even two of >10 per cent annual growth for mobile games.

What do you think the next 12 months in mobile gaming are going to look like?

Other than very high-level growth figures it's hard to say.

If there is anything I've learned in my career, it's to be very humble when trying to predict the future in this business.

Which part of Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki are you most looking forward to and why?

Half seeing great talks; half seeing old friends/colleagues.

About Pocket Gamer Connects Helsinki

In a few short weeks the whole mobile gaming industry is set to descend on Helsinki for Pocket Gamer Connects. The event, which runs from September 11th to 12th, is packed full of talks, tracks, networking opportunities, and more. You can read about the full conference schedule here.

There are still tickets available for the show, and if you click this link right here you'll get all the information you need on how to buy them, and what's going to be happening in Helsinki over the two days.


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Harry used to be really good at Snake on the Nokia 5110. Apparently though, digital snake wrangling isn't a proper job, so now he writes words about games instead.

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