We're less than two weeks out from the 2014 Game Developers Conference, and that means now is a great time for All Access pass holders, GDC Play exhibitors and Expo exhibitors to set up onsite meetings with each other using GDC's Business Matchmaking website.
This online tool allows GDC 2014 All Access Pass attendees to identify, contact, and request and receive meetings with GDC exhibitors of all kinds.
Meeting possibilities also include those in the GDC Play Pavilion, a separate area of the San Francisco show that showcases emerging and independent developers with a series of kiosks and meetings rooms. In addition, GDC Play exhibitors are able to contact more than 100 notable distributors, publishers and funders in a special 'VIP' pool.
The Business Matchmaking tool remains a great means of establishing business deals, starting new partnerships, and more. To gain access to the program, All-Access Pass holders, exhibitors and GDC Play exhibitors can sign up now, and GDC organizers will approve them to take part in the program.
Interested parties not holding the above passes can still gain access to the tool by registering for or upgrading to an All Access pass on the official GDC website.
Attendees seeking more information on the show's session lineup should check out GDC 2014's official Schedule Builder, which continues to add new talks every week. GDC 2014 itself will take place March 17-21 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
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