What difference does research make to the practicalities of running a cultural organisation? Can universities and cultural leaders really change policy when they work together? Where do you start when you’re interested in collaborating? Focused on the creative and cultural industries in the North West, and drawing on research into collaborative working, this in-person panel session will connect researchers, industry, policy and business engagement teams to discuss the opportunities for, and challenges of, collaboration in research and knowledge exchange – prompts include digital producing / engagement and blended delivery for post-Covid times.
What happens when social science meets the creative and cultural sector?
Dr Victoria Barker, Research Associate: Creative Economy, University of Manchester
All are welcome, though this event will be of particular interest to small business owners, large business owners, people interested in collaborative events
People with an interest in collaborative business practices
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