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MAKING MORE WITH MUSEUMS – Final Conference of the SACHE project

June 14 @ 8:00 - 17:00

MAKING MORE WITH MUSEUMS – Final Conference of the SACHE project
Auditorium Danilo Mainardi – Venezia Mestre
Ca’ Foscari University Scientific Campus

Venezia Mestre, Via Torino 155

Organized by:
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Department of Management and AIKU centre – Art Enterprise Culture
within the:
SACHE – Smart Accelerators of Cultural Heritage Entrepreneurship

PROGRAM SACHE – FINAL CONFERENCE
June 14th, 2022, from 15.00 to 18.00

14.30 – Registration

15.00 – Welcome addresses
• Fabrizio PANOZZO, Ca’ Foscari University
• Fausta BRESSANI, Veneto Region
• Giacomo DE STEFANI, Venice & Rovigo Chamber of Commerce

15.15 – Introduction
The SACHE project. Innovating cultural heritage with creative entrepreneurship
Fabrizio PANOZZO, Ca’ Foscari University

15.30 – Keynote Speech
Reimagining museums as social innovators
Marta GASPARIN, Copenhagen Business School

Discussant
Luca PAOLAZZI, Director, Fondazione Nordest

16.00 – Panel 1 – Framework condition for a smart acceleration process in the cultural sector
Digital innovation: innovative process proposed by the digital companies
Deborah HUSTIC, Creative Director of Radiona – Zagreb
marketplace and CEO and co-founder of Intergalaktik
Innovative processes for the empowerment of
cultural and creative industries: fostering new
opportunities for business
Elena MENGOTTI, Head of Unit for legal, financial and
EU affairs – Department of culture Regione Autonoma Friuli
Venezia Giulia
Successful cooperation from Baranya County
Szabina PAZAUREK, project manager Chamber of
Commerce and Industries of Pécs-Baranya
Acceleration: opportunities for the cultural
operators
Berthold HENNING, Berthold HENNING, Project manager
Bayern Innovativ GmbH
Moderator: Vladimir RUDL

17.00 – Coffee break

17.15 – Panel 2 – Transferability of hew SACHE Model:
presentation of the main project’s outcomes and results
Training activities and applied methodology
Valentina COLLESELLI and Silvia CAROLO, Ca’ Foscari
University
Show room presentation: best case history of the
SACHE project
Aleš PEVC, Technology Park Ljubljana
The SACHE Guidelines and the transferability of
the SACHE experience
• Betata HULINKA, Rzeszow Regional Development
Agency
• Rafał KASPRZAK,professor at the Warsaw School of
Economics, expert supporting RRDA
Launching of the SACHE video
Vladimir RUDL, Maribor Development Agency
Moderator: Roberto SANDRINI

18.30 – Wrap up and farewell – Drinks

Keynote Speech speakers
Marta GASPARIN is Professor in Culture, Organization, and Entrepreneurship
at Copenhagen Business School where she teaches
“Innovation and Entrepreneurship”. Her research draws from
Science and Technology Studies (STS) combined with studies of
design management, innovation, and slow movements with organisation
studies. She explores how design and innovation processes
emerge, how values are created, and the role of the human
and non-human actors in innovation, design, and craft processes,
and how these actors mobilise organisational politics and aesthetics.
Before joining CBS, Marta received several research grants to
explore how social innovation can generate improvements in the
creative ecosystem and create wider collective creative engagement
around cultural heritage.

Luca PAOLAZZI is the Scientific Director of the Nord Est Foundation,
the think-tank devoted to understanding, reflect,ing and activating
dialogue on the present and the economic future of Italy’s
North East territories. Luca has a degree in Economic policy from
Bocconi University. As an independent economist, Luca collaborated
with REF Ricerche and currently acts as an advisor to Ceresio
Investors. From 2007 to 2018 he chaired the Research Center of
Confindustria. He has held teaching assignments at the University
of Palermo. Since 2006 he’s been a member of the Adriano Olivetti
Insititute for economic and business performance.

Details

Date:
June 14
Time:
8:00 - 17:00