and ask how benefits are equally shared by the partners involved. It will also
examine the role played by institutions, geographies and policy frameworks
that influence the development of these shared initiatives.
The call for contributions to the workshop is now OPEN, the deadline to send abstracts has been extended till 10th of September 2013.
The workshop will be opened by an international keynote speaker: Sebastian Olma from Serendipity Lab; you can read his biography below.
to the innovative potential of social networks. For instance, he advises several regional German governments on the creation and implementation of crossover programs between the creative industries and traditional SME's. He has helped a wide range of companies all over Europe to shape their innovation strategies. For the University of Amsterdam he has built the Creative Industries Research Centre whose pioneering research methods have since become standard for the Dutch Research Council (NWO).