ARTeria Foundation’s representatives participated in the first meeting of the international partners of the DigiKommune project, which took place on September 22nd, 2021. We are happy to cooperate with organisations that are already well-known to us, as well as with new ‘friends’ of ours: Inova Consultancy Ltd (Great Britain, the leader of the project), Inova Aspire (The Netherlands), CESIE, and L’Albero (both from Italy).
At the beginning of the meeting, all partner organisations made presentations concerning their activity. Jakub Karch presented the ARTeria Foundation as its representative.
During the next part of the meeting, the representatives of Inova Consultancy Ltd, the leader of the project, demonstrated its ideas, target groups, its schedule, and procedures concerning the funding. The representative of Inova Aspire, as the leader of the first Intellectual Output, presented its schedule, the action plan, and the evaluation plan. The representatives of CESIE prepared the project’s dissemination plan, as well as two logo suggestions.
The DigiKommune project aims to support women of the cultural and creative sectors in digitalising their businesses through the development of their digital skills. The idea of the project was born during the Covid-19 pandemic, which proved that numerous women working in the industries experience problems concerning their online activity. These actions, among others, will be executed as part of the initiative: creating a portfolio of necessary hard and soft skills, and digital skills training.
The meeting was initially scheduled to take place in Zabrze, however, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it was organised online.