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GCDC forms new advisory board

The GC Developers Conference has formed a new advisory board as the yearly Leipzig show goes from strength to strength.

The GC Developers Conference has formed a new advisory board as the yearly Leipzig show goes from strength to strength.

The members of the international advisory board include Streamline Studio CEO Alexander Fernandez, CEO of Stormfront Studios Don Daglow, VP of Kohnke Communication Sean Kauppinen, Tom Putzki, Bob Wallace of Strategic Alternatives, Bob Bates and Frank Sliwka, project director of GCDC.

"The members are all exceptional experts of the industry, they know the global market, and will help bring GCDC to the next level as a world-class games industry conference," commented Joseph Rahmen, CEO of the Leipzig fair.

The members will act as international ambassadors for the GCDC, as well as advise and influence the direction of future conferences.

"With GCDC as the most significant European platform for game developers, we aim to continue to bring together and strengthen the European branch of the industry," said Frank Sliwka.

"The advisory board is an important step in this direction," he added.

As revealed by GamesIndustry.biz last week, the GC Developers Conference will take place between August 20 — 22 2007, at the Leipzig Exhibition Centre in Germany.

Alexander Fernandez, CEO of Streamline offered: "We believe in the GCDC as a forum for the exchange of ideas and networking for European developers and look forward to working with the advisory board to move this ground breaking platform forward."

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