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Money matters at TIGA annual finance seminar

Developer trade body TIGA is set to host its annual finance seminar on November 6th, with a focus on investing in game development and speakers from key developers, investment firms and accountants.

Developer trade body TIGA is set to host its annual finance seminar on November 6th, with a focus on investing in game development and speakers from key developers, investment firms and accountants.

Taking place at the Royal Society of Arts on the Strand in London, the event will run from 2pm to 6pm and features sessions covering the situation regarding R&D tax credits for development and a discussion on investment in the games industry.

The latter discussion will include contributions from a cross-section of the industry, with panellists including Simon Cook from Cazenove, Ian Baverstock from Kuju, Bill Ennis from SCi, Paul Gardner from Osborne Clark and Matthew Kirk from Grant Thornton.

Attendance at the event is free for TIGA members, although it costs an eye-watering £295 for non-members. Those interested in attending should get in touch with Stephanie Rickwood on 01273 605053.

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