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Anna Tóthné Litovkina 

Multiplier Event in Bulgaria "Creative Inspiration: Boosting Creative Entrepreneurship & Digital Learning"

An international meetup event, co-organized by CreatINNES, New Bulgarian University, Budakov Films and Xplora.bg

 

This multiplier event would help all participants all students to understand the startup ecosystem as a concept (differences/overlaps with innovation & entrepreneurship ecosystems), as well as introducing them with the common language and terminology in use about, startups, innovation and ecosystem. Furthermore, the attendees will get familiar with the learning objectives of the CreatINNES training program “Creative Thinking for Innovations” as well as being introduced to the CreatINNES Academy - a high-quality open, tuition-free blended training campus. 
The audience will build common understanding on how different services in the time of COVID-19 pandemic contribute for the startup development, by understanding the key targets on key services. 


 

Information about the co-organizers:

  • Media production services company Teleberry Kft, Magyarország - the Hungarian partner in CreatINNES project (www.teleberry.com),

  • Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design Budapest (MOME) providing training in design and art theory (http://web.mome.hu/en), and

  • Central European University's Innovations Lab providing support for technology start-ups from early stages to market viability  (http://ilab.ceu.edu ).

 

Information about the agenda of the event.

 

 

 

Date and location:

Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 10 am - 12:30 pm
Location: Building 15, Nádor Street, Central European University, Room 101. 1051 Budapest, Nádor utca 15.

Proudly created by Budakov Films EOOD

Project Number: 2018-1-DE02-KA202-005232

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