There may be business opportunities for readers in relation to the 2012 olympic games in London and this forthcoming webinar might be a first step in terms of getting involved.

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The 2012 Games – Opportunities in Digital Media and Creative Industries

In less than three years from now, London will host the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. London aims to host the first truly digital Games, which will be democratic, participative, and open to everyone.

In order to achieve this, they will require products and services
across a range of different technologies. Think London, the foreign direct investment agency for London, in conjunction with UK Trade & Investment, will be holding a webinar on the Digital Games to give you the opportunity to learn more about the
business opportunities in this area and how your business can benefit.

This webinar, which will take place on the *5th November* at 8am will aim to give you an update on:
* An introduction to the Digital Games and what it means for business
* An insight into the BBC’s digital strategy for 2012
* An overview of the wider opportunities in the creative industries in London Speakers include Janet Coyle, Head of 2012 for Think London, Tim Plyming, Project Executive – BBC Digital Olympics, and Sam Davies, Sector Champion – Creative Industries, Think London.

This is the second in a series of 2012 webinars with future dates and themes as follows:
7th January 2010 – “The 2012 Games – Business Legacy”
4th March 2010 – “The Sustainable Games”

For further information, please visit Think London’s dedicated event page:

If you wish to participate, please contact Lucette Demets at Think London on