Mon 16 July 2018 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Shenkar College of Engineerinf and Design - Anne Frank 12, Ramat Gan,
31% of the world ‘s most successful startups, such as Pinterest,
Spotify, Airbnb, Kickstarter and many more, have been established by Designers.
Groundbreaking ventures define the way we receive and share
Information, consume, pay, communicate and do business.
Designers have the ability to tackle challenges in a creative way and answer to needs of a dynamic world that is constantly changing.
Developing new communication platforms, rethinking existing resources and inventing business models never seen before are only part of what creative skills enable and are seen in start-ups in Israel
In fact, Creative thinking is a key solution to solving many complex problems we face today. Creativity is the engine for a thriving economy.
We, in ACT Shenkar, lead entrepreneurship programs of Creative leadership and work to promote creative ideas to groundbreaking projects.
You are invited to meet the next generation of the creative startups in Israel!
Gathering over beer & chips.
*Act Design Accelerator Graduates present their projects*
18: 30-19: 30
*Creative Business Cup Israel 2018 FINALS*
Find out who will be the Israeli CBC national winner who will represent Israel in the global finals in Copenhagen. The world’s largest competition for creative industries.
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CLEVER (Creative Leadership & Entrepreneurship – Visionary Education Roadmap), an initiative led by the Innovation Center ACT Shenkar with the participation of a consortium of 15 institutions from Israel and from Europe, The project aims to promote the Creative Industries in Israel in terms of education, economy and policy.
*The Project Partners*
From Israel – Shenkar, Bezalel, Sapir College, Hadassah Academic College, The College of Management Academic Studies, Lahav, JVP fund, The Agency for small and medium enterprises in the Ministry of Economy.
From Europe- Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (Denmark) , Creative Business Cup (Denmark), University of Brighton (UK), Iceland Academy of the Arts (Iceland), Estonian Business School (Estonia) , Creative Estonia (Estonia), THNK (Netherland).
*This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.