When: 14/10/2021 10:00-11:30 CET

Organiser: Budapest Enterprise Agency

Virtual venue: Budapest, Hungary

Traditional crafts support the fashion industry for a greener Europe but were extremely hit by COVID-19. Participants will learn how succesful crafts have survived the difficult period and get an insight into good practices from different regions through this free online event. The ongoing Interreg Europe CRAFTS CODE project will be introduced and speakers at EU, city, stakeholder and crafts level will contribute. The event will end with a networking session.

How to register: by e-mail, Mónika Alíz Mészáros, meszaros.monika@bvk.hu


10:00-10:15 Services for designers and crafts (e.g. microloan) – Mr. János KELE, general director, Budapest Enterprise Agency

10:15-10:30 Interreg Europe CRAFTS CODE project – Mrs. Carlotta Viviani, project manager, Florence Municipality

10:30-10:45 Good practice / Ireland – Building Craft and Design Enteprise Programme – Mrs. Emer Ferran, Enterprise Development Programme Manager, Design and Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI)

10:45-11:00 Good practice / Spain – D-Tool self assessment tool to evaluate design level of a company

11:00-11:15 Good practice / Hungary – Festival of Folk Arts, Mrs. Veronika Böröndy, Union of Hungarian Folk Art Associations

11:15-11:20 CRAFTS CODE news and events of 2022 – Mrs. Mónika Alíz Mészáros, EU project manager, Budapest Enterprise Agency

11:20-11:30 Q&A and networking