Econcult: Area of Research in Economics of Culture and Tourism

Econcult takes part in various events about tourism, creative spaces, European projects and street theatre

Econcult takes part in various events about tourism, creative spaces, European projects and street theatre

The last week of March has been particularly busy for the Econcult team. This past Friday we held another training session of the Chebec project. Jean-François Alberghi, from EuropImpulse. [Jeff Europimpulse] led a workshop for the Econcult Chebec Group on how to design projects to obtain European funding.

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On the other hand, Pau Rausell was invited to take part in the El matí À Punt television programme to discuss the tourist tax and its implications.

 

On Thursday, Pau also participated on the IV Jornada colaborativa de Gerentes de Espacio Creativos, held in Las Naves de Valencia. He contributed to a round table discussing access to funding and European networks, together with Helena del Barrio, from Europa Creativa (MINCD), Lucía Ybarra from Factoría Cultural de Madrid, and Javier Burón, founder of Colaborative, an interesting business initiative coming from Córdoba.

Finally, on Friday 29th, Pau Rausell went to Picanya, in the context of the Feria de Artes de Calle, Giroscòpica, to speak about the socio-economic impact of culture.

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