Research workshop in the Entrepreneurship in Culture in Burgundy-Franche-Comté forum

Dijon, France

As ENCATC is one of the official members of the stakeholders' committee for the European Year, it has been entrusted with the task of labelling eligible events organised by the members of the network.

On 23 November in Djion, as part of the “Forum Entreprendre dans la Culture” in of Burgundy-Franche-Comté, the research workshop “Cultural Heritage and Cultural and Creative industries in the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH)” has successfully taken place in Burgundy School of Business (BSB), a member of ENCATC.

This research workshop was organized in the “Forum Entreprendre dans la Culture”, which is an initiative of the French Ministère de la Culture and has been labelled ENCATC EYCH- European Year of Cultural Heritage 2018 and is integrated with the Mois de l'Économie Sociale et Solidaire and in cooperation with Les Journées de l'économie autrement. This year was the 5th edition. Every year the forum gathers over 200 international participants, including students, professionals and experts from cultural and creative sectors in round tables, conferences and workshops.

5 internationally recognised researchers in cultural economics and management presented their research projects in the workshop. Prof. Christian Ost (ICHEC Brussel management school, Belgium), Prof. Luca Rossato (University of Ferrara, Italy), Prof. Christine Sinapi (BSB), Prof. Marilena Vecco (BSB) and Prof. Elena Borin (BSB) reflected their research and projects on the theme of the European Year of Cultural Heritage from the perspectives of proposing the business model for sustainable cultural entrepreneurship, fostering innovation and entrepreneurship in heritage conservation, adopting low-cost digital technologies for heritage valorization, conceptualising art in the entrepreneurship and the emerging management approach in cultural heritage during the during the EYCH.  



Research workshop in the Entrepreneurship in Culture in Burgundy-Franche-Comté forum