The conference will consider themes within the context of the emergence of new business models, the rise of creative cities, technology disruption, and innovative approaches to content creation and distribution, and evidence-based policymaking through keynotes, panel discussions, workshops, and structured networking opportunities.
By bringing together local, national, and international pioneers from the creative and cultural sectors, startups, brands, policy and digital technology communities, the conference aims to build dialogue and foster new collaborations between cultural actors in Greece, Serbia, Turkey, the UK, and beyond.
The two-day conference is open to the public and free of charge. Registrations for the conference can be submitted until Sunday, 20 September.
Read more information and register here.