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Two Weeks to the opening of this year's #ECIS22 Assembly.

Great Green Creative Industries

  • Event: Online
  • Venue: Zoom
  • Date: April 21, 2022, 09.45 - 13.15 CET, on the United Nations World Day of Creativity and Innovation
  • Program: Opening of the ECIS22, Pre-Conference and Programm Presentations
Background & Introduction

This year's #ECIS22 GREEN Conference stands for the re-imagination, re-focusing and re-framing of policies for the cultural creative sectors and industries (CCSI). The CCSIs are known for its potential of cross-sectorial innovations and the capacity to help other enterprises to manage change. In recent decades, European creative entrepreneurs have demonstrated their direct and indirect impact not only on the economy, but also on urban development, social cohesion, external relations, integration and social change.

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Agenda of the #ECIS22 Assembly Pre-Conference Opening

09.00 Door Open / Zoom open for informal networking
9.45 Welcome Bernd Fesel, ECBN Director and
                         Gerin Trautenberger; ECBN Board and KAT President

10.00 Policy Forum

    ◦    Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission
    ◦    Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth
    ◦    Mgr. Martin Baxa, Minister of Culture, Czech Republic
    ◦    Dr. Christian Ehler, MEP
    •    11.00 Stakeholder Forum
    ◦    Michela Magas, Chair Industry Commons Foundation, Stockholm
    ◦    Mathias Rauch, Director European Research Area Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft
    ◦    Alison Tickell, Director Julie´s Bicycle, London
    ◦    Prof. David Crombie, HKU University of the Arts, Utrecht

11.45 Debate, Q&As with speakers and audience in parallel Breakout Room

12.30 The Next Renaissance - Book Launch
    ◦    Panel Radio-Interview Style, Moderation: Paolo Montemurro
    ◦    Bernd Fesel, ICE Consortium
    ◦    Laure Kaltenbach, Creative Tech, Paris
    ◦    Alejandra Panighi, MediaPro, Barcelona
    ◦    M. Hauser, Media Solution Centre, German High Computing Centre, Stuttgart
    ◦    Charles Landry, Creative Bureaucracy, Falling Walls, Berlin
    ◦    Alexandre Menais, ATOS, Paris

13.15 Concluding Words Caroline Norbury and Michal Hladky, ECBN Chairs

Next #ECIS22 EventMay 9th, BoS#1#2, Skills and Skittles
Pre-Register Now for break-out session #1&#2
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If you are an individual or instituion which looks for an European network and coopeation in the Cultual and Creative Industries – ECBN is the right partner for you. ECBN helps its members to gain insights in the European Creative Business Sector and helps to benifit from a growing network of likeminded persons and organisations.

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Upcoming Events
ECBN at the Opening Design Month Graz, 6.5.2021
Time: 20.00 CET -> Graz Design Monat

Study tour and Visits, 7.5.2021, Design in The City, Design Ambulance
Time: All Day Round, OnSite

ECBN Member forum, 9.5.2021, Morning Session
Time: 10.00-12.00 CET, OnSite

Pre-Conference ECIS22, BoS#1 and BoS#2, 9.5.2021, Afternoon Session
Time: 12.30-16.00 CET, Hybrid Event
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