Creative FLIP Opening Conference
Athens, Greece | 11-13 April 2019

Parallel Working Sessions
The last day of the Creative FLIP Opening Conference, 6 parallel working sessions were held, 
aiming to explore and tackle some of the most common challenges of hubs.

Read the summary of each session here:

Going Further of being just a space-Talent management

Going Further of being just a space-Talent management

Creative hubs have started to be acknowledged as emerging talent pools of our century. So how could we all systematically discover, map and approach talents in our creative hubs and promote them better by gaining mutual benefit?
Let’s come together around a table and discuss the main points & best practices.
Facilitators:
Lorene Garcia, MOB & Atilim Sahin, ATOLYE
Creative Hubs in EU funding

Creative Hubs in EU funding

Navigating EU access to finance and grants opportunities for Creative Hubs. How European Programmes support them to realize their ideas and boost the creative economy. Focus on the Creative Europe programme as well as on other EU funding programmes.
Facilitator: Barbara Stacher, European Commission
The role of creative hubs in small and medium-sized cities

The role of creative hubs in small and medium-sized cities

What are the specific challenges and opportunities for creative hubs in small and medium-sized cities?
Facilitators:
Sarah Daly, Creative Spark & Ronnie Garattoni, Warehouse
Sustainability of Creative Hubs

Sustainability of Creative Hubs

A co-creation session on how to sustain and grow a creative hub, combining passion, social purpose and … profitability. In this session we will work together to explore multiple ways of revenue and different business models of creative hubs, based on their propositions, characteristics and assets.
Facilitators:
Ben Kolp, The Living Room & Tania Santos, CRU cowork
Team Culture

Team Culture

This workgroup presented specific methods for creating and leading functional, multidisciplinary teams, ones that will support your idea or your company’s activities, products and strategies in the best possible way.
Facilitator:
Nana Radenkovic, Nova Iskra
How to design a collaborative space by combining tangible, social and digital design

How to design a collaborative space by combining tangible, social and digital design

Α workgroup on how to design collaborative spaces that are eco-friendly and sustainable. Spaces where people can work and collaborate in a stimulating environment with the minimum of resources needed (human, financial, energy etc).
Facilitators:
Wolf Kuehr, VOLUMES & Atilim Sahin, ATOLYE