Cultural Heritage 2.0 Partners gather online for Transnational Partner Meeting

The members of the consortium meet each month to plan, collaborate on and review the work of the project.  Every six months the team gathers for a half-day Transnational Partner meeting to address key elements of the project in more detail.

The second Transnational Partner meeting of 2023 took place online on October 11th.  Representatives of partners from across Europe gathered online to review and discuss the recent work they had carried out and to address the next activities of the consortium.

The meeting began with a workshop hosted by Kirsten Laugesen van Dam from Bespoke Manyone in Denmark. The purpose of the workshop was to consider the final project event in January, what the consortium wants to achieve from the event and what would be the best way to work towards achieving it.  Various potential formats and activities had been previously proposed and gathered using a Miro board and these were explored and discussed, providing a very effective way for the consortium to design an event that best fits the end-of-project objectives.

Project leader Daniela Pavan of Ca’Foscari University of Venice then introduced Frank Hiddink to the Partners.  Frank will act as External Evaluator for the project and as well as reviewing project outputs and material will be conducting a series of one-to-one interviews with Partners over the coming months.

Next, Denise Callan of Momentum in Ireland gave an update on project dissemination.  She outlined the progress that is being made on writing blog posts and the preparations that are underway for the next ezine, as well as the increasing engagement on social media channels. Preparation is also underway for a promotional video.

To date, PR1 and PR2 of the project have been completed and the attention has turned to PR3. Madeleine Harbich and her team at the University of Vienna are leading the work on PR£ and had prepared a workshop where the entire group were able to contribute and help with the development of the Business Model Evolution Success Stories Collection.

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