How to make smartphone game hits with Bart Decrem, VP at DisneyComments Off on How to make smartphone game hits with Bart Decrem, VP at Disney December 5, 2013 | Romanian Startups
Bart Decrem had previously been VP and General Manager for Disney Mobile Games, the group behind the smartphone smash hits Where’s My Water, Temple Run: Oz and Where’s My Mickey.
Previously, Bart was the founder and CEO of Tapulous, one of the first companies in the iPhone space, and makers of Tap Tap Revenge, the most popular music game of all times.
All in all, Bart has headed the development of twenty-three number one App Store hits. He has also founded Flock (acquired by Zynga), co-Founded Eazel (sold to Disney), and ran marketing and business affairs for the Firefox 1.0 launch.
Born and raised in Belgium, Bart Decrem has started his own business when he was 13 and holds a JD from Stanford Law School. Bart has been featured in Fast Company’s 100 Most Creative People in Business (May 2009), Advertising Age’s „2010 Creativity 50” (March 2010) and Newsweek’s Silicon Valley Future Superstars (April 2010).
Experienced entrepreneur, Bart will talk about the strategy used by Disney for developing mobile games and how can this be employed by startups for creating smartphone hits. The talks will be followed by questions from the audience and free networking.
Attendance to the event is free of charge upon online registration at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/how-to-make-smartphone-hits-with-bart-decrem-senior-vp-walt-disney-tickets-9565746405
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