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Dear All,

JCI Copenhagen International has the pleasure of inviting you to our next monthly meeting about Entrepreneurship & Social Games and your career possibilities within JCI.

Dajana Dimovska, CEO and Producer at KnapNok Games (Copenhagen Game Productions), will give a talk about starting a business from scratch, managing a young talented team of game developers, and working on experimental physical party game concepts. Also, she is one of the founders and board members at Copenhagen Game Collective as well as the Vice Chairman at the non-profit game developers association, IGDA Denmark.
 From a sex game to a startup in Denmark
 From a local basement to an international stage
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KnapNok Games is a young Danish game company, who is exploring novel game concepts for social and physical digital game platforms such as Nintendo Wii, Microsoft Kinect, Sony Playstation Move and smartphones. Their vision is to develop and publish novel game concepts where players interact directly and look at each other rather than focusing solely on the interactions happening on the TV screen.

Eva Rosenbæk-Svane, a JCICI Member and Editor of JCI Denmark’s Monday Mail, will then give a talk about career opportunities within JCI at the national level; the way JCI Denmark is built, which opportunities for joining committees, and how one stands for election for the different leadership positions.


17:45 Arrival and registration
18:00 Dinner and networking
18:45 “Entrepreneurship & Social Games”, by Dajana Dimovska
19:45 Coffee break and networking
20:00 A Career Within JCI”, by Eva Rosenbæk-Svane
20:30 Chapter time
21:30 Networking at Kareten or in a close-by café or bar

Exact time points may vary, but we start at 18:00 sharp :)


Date: Wednesday, June 8, Protected content , at 17:45

Place: Restaurant Kareten, Hollænderdybet 1, Copenhagen S

Price: DKK Protected content JCI members, DKK Protected content guests (meal included)

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Contact: Navid Ostadian-Binai, Protected content

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