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SUBOTRON arcademy: Fail to Succeed: Fearless Innovation

21.10.2019 to 21.10.2019
Host: Q21

SUBOTRON arcademy: Fail to Succeed: Fearless Innovation

FREE ENTRY, ART, FILM & DIGITAL CULTURE


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mo, 21.10.2019

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Mon, Oct 21, 19:00

Jason Della Rocca
Co-Founder Execution Labs (Montreal)

While the thought of failing is scary to most, it is in fact a necessary ingredient for success. How can we foster a tolerance for failure in terms of taking risks and experimenting? If we are failing, it means we are pushing the boundaries of what is possible. This lively presentation will provide counter-intuitive insight as to why success always starts with failure and, how to best go about innovating fearlessly.
 

Biography
Jason Della Rocca is a game industry entrepreneur, funding advisor, and cluster expert. He specializes in business/partnership development, pitching/funding, and ecosystem/cluster development.
As the co-founder of Executions Labs, he was a hands-on early stage investor to over 20 independent game studios from North America and Europe. Between 2000-09 he served as the executive director of the International Game Developers Association (IGDA), and was honored for his industry building efforts with the inaugural Ambassador Award at the Game Developers Conference. In 2009, Jason was named to Game Developer Magazin´s “Power50”, a list which profiles 50 of the most important contributors to the state of the game industry. As a sought after expert on the game industry, Jason has lectured at conferences and universities worldwide.

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