Bringing Game Thinking to Budapest, Singapore & San Francisco

I just got back from 2 weeks of overseas travel – doing Game Thinking workshops in Budapest & Singapore. It was inspiring to meet so many smart, creative entrepreneurs and product leaders – and SO gratifying to empower them with our Game Thinking Toolkit. Look at those smiling – and exhausted – post-workshop faces!  I work ’em hard – and they love it 🙂

If you’re curious about how Game Thinking can help you innovate faster and smarter – check out this handy overview we just put together of our design coaching services. We work virtually (and successfully) with clients worldwide to super-charge product/market fit, and offer both private & group programs.  CLICK HERE to learn more about our coaching services

Aaaaand… we’re bringing Game Thinking to San Francisco!  In early 2017, I’ll be hosting a LIVE 2-day Game Thinking Masterclass, in partnership with Gaming Business Review. This is a great opportunity to master the basics of Game Thinking, and apply our powerful toolkit to your project with hands-on guidance. We’ll enhance your learning with powerful online materials, and numerous case studies from happy clients – people who’ve built games, apps, services and tools with Game Thinking. I hope you’ll join us – it’s going to be a high-impact, high-learning event. Stay tuned for dates & details. 

We’ll be offering exclusive early-bird discounted rates to our subscribers – so if you want IN on this, signup below to get weekly Game Thinking tips plus special deals on programs & events. 

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Written By juliooliveira

I’m from Sao Paulo / Brazil, married with a incredible woman called Francine and I have two lovely children: Sarah (8 years old) and Nicolas (2 years old). Currently enrolled at the master degree program (MSc) in Information Systems Management at the University of Liverpool (UK). Holder of the credentials PMP and PMI-ACP of the Project Management Institute (PMI).

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