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Control

Control is the trade magazine for the Dutch games industry. Control also publishes the international game development website Control500 and the Control500 print edition that is distributed at GDC, GDC Europe and Gamescom. Furthermore, Control runs Gamejobs.eu, a website with job openings, and organizes Control Conference, a yearly conference on game development.

Microsoft

For years, Microsoft has been providing tools for serious game developers with its products. Irrespectively of which platform a game is published on, chances are that at least one piece of Microsoft software has been used. Microsoft likes to support game development students and professional developers and has therefore entered a partnership with Dutch Game Garden.

BDO

BDO is an accounting and consulting firm with a personal approach. The palette of their services is not only determined by legislation but also the specific circumstances of their different clients. BDO is available to small and medium-sized businesses as well as to large, international companies.

PwC

As an international accounting and tax advisory firm PwC helps companies all over the world with a variety of services, ranging from tax advisory and juridical services to automation processes. Additionally, PwC also publishes reports about various industries (amongst which the games industry).

Leopold Meijnen Oosterbaan

Leopold Meijnen Oosterbaan Lawyers is specialised in intellectual property (IP) rights, IT law and privacy. Olivier Oosterbaan helps you with determining and maintaining IP rights, drafting or reviewing a fair and solid publishing deal, a license with partners and clients, a new privacy policy or terms and conditions. If there were a top 3 of game lawyers in the Netherlands, then Olivier would be among them.

Rabobank

Rabobank is a financial service provider on a cooperative basis based in the Netherlands. This means that the bank does not have any shareholders but members who co-decide about the direction of the bank. In the Netherlands, the focus is on the broader financial services for corporate and private clients.

Creative Industries Fund NL

The Creative Industries Fund NL wants to improve the quality of the disciplines of architecture, design and e-culture and increase their social and economic added value from a cultural perspective. The Fund is also keen to encourage the cross-sectoral approach and cooperation between the private sector, individuals and government in the creative industries, in the Netherlands as well as abroad.