Held in Bari at Porta Futuro II, the business incubator of the Municipality of Bari the last stop of Puglia Creativa’s tour: Creatives what you need to grow up?
If you are a cultural an creative industries, a creative, a cultural association and if you work in the following sectors: performing arts, cinema, design, software and video games, architecture, publishing, multimedia and any other sector in which creativity is released
If you carry out your creative activity in Bari and its province
If you always hear of a “business incubator” but you have never seen one
Attend the meeting in Bari on Thursday, March 14th, at 10.30 am at Porta Futuro II – we will have the possibility of:
know each other
talk about the needs of the creative sector: “What do we need to grow up?”
to discover the business incubator of the Municipality of Bari: Porta Futuro II
to plan together the services to be provided to accelerate and to support cultural and creative industries in their growth path
To participate in the event it is necessary to register, HERE
h. 10.30: presentation of Porta Futuro II – business incubator of the Municipality of Bari
h. 10.45 Presentation of the project “TRACES – TRansnational Accelerator for a Cultural and Creative EcoSystem” and data on the state of cultural and creative enterprises in the province of Bari
h. 11.00: “We are creative” – presentation pitch of cultural and creative companies. To PRESENT your company REGISTER at the following link
h. 11.30: Working groups: “What do we need to grow up?”
h. 12.30: conclusions
The event is organized, in collaboration with the Municipality of Bari, by the Puglia Creativa within the European territorial cooperation project TRACES – TRansnational Accelerator for a Cultural and Creative EcoSystem – funded by the Interreg VA Greece-Italy 2014-2020 program , which aims to promote creative entrepreneurship and the growth of cultural and creative enterprises as drivers of inclusive and sustainable local development in Puglia and Greece. The project leader is the University of Salento-Department of Economics with two Italian partners, Tecnopolis Science and Technology Park of Bari and the Puglia Creativa and two Greek partners, the Hellenic Management Association and the Chamber of Commerce of Achaia.