|Bordeaux - fly or take the Eurostar. Image: Wikipedia|
"strategic thinking, presentations of new business opportunities, case studies and experts’ advice in these areas. A panel of 28 international speakers (leading broadcasters, VOD platforms, finance specialists, book publishers, investors, distributors and well-known producers) will share their expertise in order to help you incorporate other sources of financing, innovative development and business models, through new economic partnerships".
Cartoon describes the event as"
"An ideal place for networking, Cartoon Business will also host several activities in a relaxed atmosphere: wine tasting during the welcome dinner at Château Lafitte, a cocktail at Château Saint-Emilion, and the Farewell dinner at the Café Maritime.
100 animation professionals have already confirmed their attendance and will exchange on new financing and business models for TV series. Be one of them! Cartoon Business is open to all professionals."
When does it take place?
From Tuesday 2nd December (evening) to Thursday 4th December 2014 (evening)
|Bordeaux at night. Photo: Wikipedia|
Grand Hotel de Bordeaux, France
What Does it Cost?
Cost: 500 EUR incl. meals (note that this is a heavily subsidised price)
When Must You Register?
Deadline to register: 21st November
It goes without saying that a trip to Bordeaux is rarely wasted, the chance to try the local wines alone would be enough to get me there in a hurry. France's Atlantic coast is one of her greatest splendours, longer (and arguably more beautiful) than the Mediterranean coastline - and much less visited.
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