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ABCD Scanning Tool for CCI Internationalisation | Creative Ports Pilot

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The Scanning Tool aims to define current real needs for internationalisation within the Cultural Creative Industries in each region, to map and prioritise these needs in order to collectively find and draft possible solutions.

The Scanning Tool intends to gather intermediaries and cultural practitioners in online sessions providing space for facilitated discussion and workshop exercises in an open environment curated to create solutions and achieve synergies for and with the participating partners. This interactive online format allows to communicate and interact in an international context involving participants from various Baltic Sea Region countries. All participants will receive a brief online form prior to the workshops to map the most urgent needs and expectations. 

The Tool is divided in two sessions. The first session will take place on 1 March from 1 to 5 pm CET, the second session on 3 March from 1 to 5 pm CET. Both sessions will be facilitated by Henryk Stawicki and Justyna Turek from Change Pilots.

Henryk helps organisations create product and service scenarios based on design strategies. He facilitates design processes using sustainable and circular principles. Henryk is co-founder of Change Pilots strategic design consultancy and member of the Gdynia Design Days Advisory Board and the Service Design Polska. Justyna is a design researcher and process facilitator. She creates experiences, systems, and workshops that allow companies, brands, organizations, and events to communicate integral value offered to their users. She frequently travels internationally gathering inspirations and knowledge on how societies and cultures change.

Register here until 24 February!

The next ABCD Scanning Tools will take place on: 12 & 14 April and 17 & 19 May.

You can find more information about the ABCD format here or watch this video.

The ABCD Scanning Tool for CCI Internationalisation takes place withinin Creative Ports.