Cultural Heritage Leading Urban Futures: CLIC at the ROCK Open Knowledge Week
The CLIC project is more than happy to participate in the Open Knowledge Week “Cultural Heritage Leading Urban Futures”, a virtual conference for city officers, policy-makers, urban researchers, cultural actors and civic changemakers.
CLIC Startup Competition Extended Deadline
The CLIC Startup Competition turned as an entirely virtual event to ensure the safest and broadest participation for all. Don’t forget that the deadline for submissions has been extended up to 6th November in order to give as many innovators and startups as possible the opportunity to participate and join the initiative.
Get inspired and find out more about opportunities for participants Watch CLIC Startup competition online presentation
Did you miss CLIC Startup Competition online presentation on October 5? There’s no need to panic… Watch the video at your own pace! Get inspired and find out more about opportunities for participants. Flood us with your ideas: we don’t ask for better!
New opportunities for CLIC Startup Competition innovators!
The most promising startups will benefit from the support by Enterprise Europe Network (EEN), the world’s largest support network for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with international ambitions. Active in more than 60 countries worldwide, EEN helps companies innovate and grow on an international scale.
“Kultur-Token” Sustainable Business Model: Visualizing, Tokenizing, and Rewarding Mobility Behavior in Vienna, Austria
Gillian Foster of the WU Institute for Ecological Economics and colleagues Maddalena Lamura and Jakob Hackel of the WU Research Institute for Cryptoeconomics published a new report on the Vienna Kultur-Token app.
Christian Ost from ICHEC has been appointed as the President of the RLICC
Christian Ost from ICHEC Brussels Management School (member of the CLIC Consortium and lead on WP3) has been appointed as the President of the Raymond Lemaire International Conservation Center (RLICC) from the KU Leuven.
CLIC Startup Competition online event: why and how to participate
Start off the new week with the right foot! On Monday, Oct. 5, join CLIC Startup Competition online event from 10 a.m. CET to find out everything you need to know about our event. Stay tuned on CLIC Facebook page and YouTube account and get inspired! Discover opportunities for participants, details about the mentoring programme for the 5 winners, innovative international successful initiatives …
CLIC Startup Competition goes online
Important announcement for innovators, startuppers and entrepreneurs taking part in the CLIC Startup Competition.
Tips for CLIC Startup Competition applicants: 10 tools to make your life easier and focus on your business
When you are an entrepreneur, it is sometimes difficult to know where to start. There is so much to put in place for your business to be successful that it’s easy to get lost in the sheer amount of data, information, and tasks at hand. Thanks to the technologies that surround us, many companies have developed applications to help us in the complicated task of entrepreneurship by facilitating processes such as communication, payments, email automations, delegation of tasks, team management, etc.
Open Innovation: why, with whom, how?
The digital transformation and the arrival of start-ups are shaking up business models that have been established for years and the complexity of new consumer needs is forcing large companies (mid-cap companies and large groups) to rethink all or part of them. To meet this objective, open innovation must be essential, it is also necessary to know which levers to operate and in what order. Open innovation requires a company to adapt its own culture, its relationship with its customers…