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Oscar Clark, Evangelist for Applifer, has been involved with putting social and games together since 1998. His career has been at the cutting edge of online, mobile and console social games and includes roles at British Telecom (Wireplay), RealNetworks, Hutchinson Whampoa (3UK), NVIDIA, Sony’s PlayStation Home and Papaya Mobile. His career has focused on conceiving, bringing to market and managing operationally games services whilst work with an evangelising to Game Developers worldwide. Oscar has also lectured on Game Discovery and Social Freemium design philosophy as well consulting with major studios on how to create successful, profitable mobile games.
Oscar now brings his own brand of insight and evangelism to EveryPlay, Applifer’s mobile game video capture service which enables developers and players to share meaningful moments of gameplay.Oscar can be contacted on Oscar@applifier.com, through LinkedIn profile (http://uk.linkedin.com/pub/oscar-clark/0/13b/523)
Robert Schneider is the head of European operations at TrialPay, where he has built and managed the office in Berlin, Germany since 2012. His mission is to extend TrialPay's industry-leading solutions in transactional advertising to European markets and grow the client base of advertisers and publishers. Robert was previously a senior business development director at zanox, Europe's leading performance advertising network, where he managed a sales matrix organization across ten markets. Robert's areas of expertise are performance-based publisher business models and the development of sustainable and scalable partnerships with advertisers.
Wolfgang is Business Development Director at iVentureCapital GmbH, a VC company uniquely focused on the Games industry. He is particularly knowledgeable on issues of monetization and f2p game design. Previously he held positions at Erste Bank and SAS, where he gained substantial insight into Data Mining and “Big Data” issues. He holds a degree from Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and Goldsmiths College, University of London.
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