February 27th, 2008
Due to the objective impossibility of the author of the study, H.Mikić, to attend a panel discussion in the foreseen term, we are forced to cancel the planned event: a panel discussion on creative industries, design, and competitiveness, at O3ONE, February 27th, at 12.30. The new grandstand will be postponed later.
The Office of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Serbia supported in 2007 – within the project “Promoter Serbia” – a series of activities focused on the potentials and development of creative industries in Serbia, including “brainstorming” workshops on creative industries, private museums, as well as the development of a study titled “Creative Industries – Design and Competitiveness”.
The final activity in this project is a panel discussion devoted to creative industries, design, and competitiveness, which will be held on Wednesday, February 27th, 2008, at 12:30h, at O3ONE, Andrićev Venac no.12, Belgrade.
We invite you to join us at this grandstand and contribute to the quality of the discussions with your participation.
Below we will submit the agenda for this forum:
12:30 – 13:30
Introduction: Study “Creative Industries, Design and Competitiveness”
Author Hristina Mikić, presentation of findings, comments and questions from participants
Grandstand panel – Topic 1:
Creative Industries/Creative Economies and Competitiveness
Panel participants: Hristina Mikić, Dimitrije Vujadinović, Maja Vidaković, Svetlana Jovičić, Anica Tucakov, as well as invited representatives of the Ministry of Culture, SIEPA, the City of Belgrade, Chamber of Commerce
13:30 – 14:30
Grandstand panel – Topic 2:
Design as an element of the competitiveness of the Serbian economy, condition and perspectives
Panel participants: Hristina Mikić, designers Slavimir Stojanović, Mane Radmanović, Jelena Matić (the Faculty of Forestry), as well as invited representatives of the business sector (Carlsberg, Telenor, and others).
Please confirm your participation at email address email@example.com or tel. 011 2445 968, 2445 754.