BSBI Joins T.A.B Innovation Hubs for Tech, Art, and Business Project
On June 22, 2023, Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI) joined the worldwide research and project implementation team for the Interreg South Baltic Programme-funded T.A.B Innovation Hubs for Tech, Art, and Business. The three-year initiative aims to harness the potential of Creative and Culture Industries (CCIs) to bring about revolutionary changes in various sectors.
BSBI’s participation in the T.A.B Innovation Hubs for Tech, Art, and Business project is a significant step forward for BSBI’s Faculty of Creative Industries. The Faculty of Creative Industries based in Hamburg is dedicated to nurturing innovation and collaboration in the fields of technology, art, and business. By joining this prestigious project, BSBI’s Faculty of Creative Industries reinforces its commitment to empowering aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals in these dynamic sectors. The faculty’s expertise in business education and research will contribute to the development of novel strategies and solutions, driving innovation and fostering cross-cultural collaboration within the Baltic Sea region and beyond.
T.A.B Innovation Hubs for Tech, Art, and Business is under the leadership of Blue Science Park in Karlskrona, Sweden. The primary goal of the T.A.B project is to utilise the distinctive approaches, competencies, and skills of CCIs to drive the development of fresh value paradigms in diverse sectors. This project has brought together a consortium of partners and associated partners from the Baltic Sea states, as well as Italy and France. Renowned institutions such as Hyper Island from Sweden, IT Cluster from Poland, and Talent Garden from Denmark are among the consortium members.
“We are delighted to be part of the T.A.B Innovation Hubs for Tech, Art, and Business project,” expressed Prof. Dr. Kyriakos Kouveliotis, Provost and Chief Academic Officer of BSBI. “This collaboration perfectly aligns with our mission of empowering aspiring entrepreneurs and professionals with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in today’s rapidly evolving business landscape. Through this project, we aim to drive innovation, encourage cross-cultural collaboration, and contribute to the growth of creative industries in the Baltic Sea region and beyond.”
“We are eager to leverage our expertise in business education and research to drive the development of groundbreaking solutions and strategies. We aim to shape the future of creative industries not only in the Baltic Sea region but also on a global scale. This project presents a unique opportunity to make a lasting impact and inspire transformative change.” – Dr. Monika Klein, Dean of Faculty of Creative Industries.
The project will commence in the upcoming months, with partners and associated partners actively engaging in research, development, and knowledge exchange. The outcomes of this project will affect the future of numerous industries by using the transformative potential of technology, art, and business to produce creative solutions, boost economic growth, and inspire societal change.