PRESS EVENT

INNOVATION SUMMIT IV: PRESS EVENT


Room Entente 4.C 11. October 2018 13:00 - 14:00

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CHRISTIAN EHLER
BERND FESEL
UGO BACCHELLA
CIGDEM AKER
HARRY VERWAYEN
ANDREA WAGEMANS
HERITIANA RANAIVOSON
SYLVIA AMANN
DAVID VUILLAUME
HOLGER VOLLAND
NINA KLEIN

INNOVATION SUMMIT IV: WHY THE CREATIVE SECTORS SHOULD BE TREATED LIKE A KEY SECTOR: INNOVATION BARRIERS AND SOLUTIONS FOR A STRONG INNOVATIVE ENVIRONMENT FOR CULTURE AND CREATIVITY IN EUROPE

PRESS EVENT: Thursday, October 11, 2018 13-14 Uhr

Entente, hall 4.C

 

SPEAKERS

  1. Greeting and introduction: Holger Volland, THE ARTS+, Founder
  2. Keynote: Christian Ehler, Member of the European Parliament, Co-Rapporteur for the EU report on a coherent EU policy for cultural and creative industries
  3. Presentation of the “European Manifesto on supporting innovation for cultural and creative sectors” with: Ugo Bacchella, President Fitzcarraldo Foundation/ ArtLab (Italy) & Bernd Fesel (European Creative Business Network (ECBN), Niederlande) / european centre for creative economy (ecce)
  4. Short statements by THE ARTS+ Innovation Summit partners:
  • Cigdem Aker, Head of Strategy and Innovation, German Booksellers and Publishers Association (Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels)
  • David Vuillaume, Chairman, The Network of European Museum Organisations (NEMO)
  • Harry Verwayen, Executive Director, Europeana Foundation
  • Heritiana Ranaivoson, senior researcher, research group Studies in Media, Innovation and Technology (SMIT), Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB)/ imec
  • Andrea Wagemans, WAN-IFRA/ Global Alliance for Media Innovation
  • Sylvia Amann, director of inforelais, member of the EU expert group on creative industries and acts as co-chair on innovation and entrepreneurship (Austria)

 

The Innovation Summit is by invitation only and spaces are limited (max. 100).

Please contact Nina Klein klein@book-fair.com and pre-register here if you’re interested in attending: XING-Event

 

FUNDING PARTNERS:

The Innovation Summit is organized as part of ALDUS, the European Book Fairs’ Network, and is co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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