Digital Cross Over Final Presentation on 15 June online
Register now for free for the Final Presentation of the project Digital Cross Over and join us on 15 June 2021, 10:00-13:30 CET, online!
Digital Cross Over an EU funded project and aims at bridging culture + audiovisual content through digital technologies and promotes cross-sector innovation across Europe. By seeing great importance of this topic for our industry, the IMZ International Music + Media Centre (AT) is leading the consortium with its partners of representatives for different sectors consisting of Ars Electronica (AT), Börsenvereinsgruppe (DE), Centrica (IT) and Izneo (FR).
Together, we are focusing on cross-sector innovations and the potential of synergies + cooperation in the creative + cultural industries.
Now we will feature the final results on 15 June 2021, 10:00-13:30 CET, online!
If you want to take part, please register here.
The programme consists of:
- Presentation on findings + needs from the creative sector for cross-sectoral development,
- Best Practice of cross-sectoral collaboration,
- Panel discussions on opportunities + challenges of working cross-sectoral and funding cross-sector innovation across Europe,
- And great networking opportunities!
Among the speakers are representatives of the European Commission, the Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, Civil Service and Sport, BPI France, as well as key speakers of the creative + cultural sector!
Find all speakers + the full schedule at a glance here.
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