Alexandra Garatzogianni, Head of Knowledge & Technology Transfer at the Leibniz Information Center for Science & Technology (TIB), Coordinator of MediaFutures and other EU Projects at the Leibniz University of Hannover, is the Keynote Speaker for STARTS in Motion this Wednesday, 30.06. Her keynote will focus on the topics of creativity, art, how art-driven projects shape the economy of the future and promote an ethical and sustainable economy.
The STARTS in Motion Day 2021 includes a rich and diverse series of events, where the projects selected for STARTS in MOTION 2021 will present and discuss their art-tech product / service / solution. STARTS in Motion has been designed to empower artists and technologists in further developing their art-tech project by exploring the business side of the creative endeavors. For 4 months, the 21 teams of the programme have learned about business models, storytelling, public and private funding, development strategies, through group sessions and individual mentoring. It has been an incredible journey, where the potential of their visionary perspectives to push the boundaries of technology have been unlocked. STARTS in MOTION Day will be dedicated to showcase how innovative art-tech projects are shaping the economy of the future, how much the market of transdisciplinary innovation is vibrant in Europe, and to discuss around the fields they are working in.
The registration link and the agenda can be accessed here.