Training cycle and business round

Training cycle and business round

The world of work is not a simple place to conquer. With this Networking Jam cycle we accompany your preparation, so that you have the opportunity to work on projects with other students from all disciplines. This first training meeting includes different axes: Portfolio, Labor Interview and Pitching. And it will feature the special participation of Federico Pizzi, Animation Lead, who will discuss the power of a good portfolio and how to manage it. If you are an Image Campus student you can add 7 CEPPIC points, with your participation.

Day: 02 May 2020
Schedule: from 10 a.m. to 13 p.m.
Modality: Videoconference via Zoom

Timeline:

10: 00 hs

Welcome
By: Guillermo Averbuj and Pedro Hegoburu.

Why a Networking Jam?

10: 15 hs

Work interview.
Speaker: - Pedro Hegoburu

What to ask and what to answer, how to introduce yourself, what is an interview about?
Tips for a successful interview.

11: 00 hs

Pitching.
Theoretical + Practice: Pedro Hegoburu and Guillermo Averbuj.

Getting funds or support for your project is much more than just telling what it is about.

10: 40 hs

break

12: 00 hs

Portfolio.
Special guest: Federico Pizzi

Whether personal or from your team, the portfolio is your face to the world.
Unleash your talent to get clients.

12: 45 hs

Closing.
Speakers: Pedro Hegoburu and Guillermo Averbuj.

Instructions for the next event in the cycle.


Pedro Hegoburu, Professor at Image Campus

Prof. Pedro Hegoburu

Big fan of games in general, whether card, board, role-playing or video games.
He started in playful life last century, testing video games on Apple II + (Ultima IV) and playing card games (Lord of the Rings: Middle-earth) and miniatures (Warhammer Fantasy Battles) when he wasn't role playing Runequest or The Call of Cthulhu. He also devoted a lot to chess and is a Senior International Master and International Referee.
In the professional field he is dedicated to Marketing and has experience in Legal matters and in Media Planning, having worked for Perez Companc SA and for the Telecom Group.
As editor of video game magazines, Pedro rounds off a vision of games as a user, as a journalist and finally as a Marketing professional.


Guillermo Averbuj, Professor at Image Campus

Prof. Guillermo Averbuj

He has worked as a game designer, consultant for products and companies such as SixthVowel, PixOwl (France), Das Spiel (Germany), Visionaria / Interaxial (Mexico), RashiGames (Israel), Codenix, Eudaimonia, Sabarasa. Creator of IndustriaVG, the first job board site specialized in video games in Latin America, totally free.
Founder and mentor of the fortnightly cooperative work meetings for video game development called Game Work Jam.


Federico Pizzi

Federico Pizzi

Natural, adaptable and professional leader with great creative ideas to solve workflow issues. In addition to background as an animator, his solid technical knowledge allows him to perform tasks related to processes and pipeline. More than eight years of experience in the animation industry, participating in a feature film, a AAA game, and a III released.
He was Animation Director at Element Space, an award-winning indie game, in charge of project scoping, team call, team leader, production definitions, pipeline and structure development, as well as tools. He participated in important projects such as Master of Orion, Metegol and Imaginary Mary.
He is currently developing an online animation course program for the Latin American region