"Ceramic Futures - Business and technology for ceramic companies" webinars
by Artex

      Artex, Center for Artistic and Traditional Craftsmanship in Tuscany and partner in the Tracks4Tracks EU project, has facilitated the course "Ceramic Futures - Business and Technologies for Ceramic Companies", a free course for Italian ceramicists, aimed at providing craftsmen and their companies with the tools they need to develop their business efficiently. The course, which is coming to an end with the last webinar tomorrow, consisted of 11 totally free webinars delivered via the Zoom online platform every Tuesday and Thursday from May 14th to June 20th 2024 (with the exception of Thursday May 30th). 

      The course was addressed to:
            -artistic and traditional craft businesses, particularly ceramists;
            -artisan start-ups (enterprises between 0 and 5 years old);
            -designers, digital creatives and architects interested in the ceramics sector;
            -students and young people in the creative sector.

            The webinars were delivered by professionals and experts from various fields, who made the meetings interactive through special Q&A sessions. The course focused on various aspects: the importance of technology and innovation applied to traditional craftsmanship on one hand, and the growing value of sustainability and a special focus on management development and capacity building for micro, small and medium-sized enterprises on the other. All webinars will be avaliable on the Tracks4Crafts Youtube channel from tomorrow, June 20th, 2024.

            Ceramic Futures is an action of the European Horizon Europe project Tracks4Crafts, funded by the European Union and led by the University of Antwerp, with a partnership of 15 organisations from all over Europe.
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