The platform of the International Charitable Foundation for the Development of the Holodomor victims’ Memorial “Grains of Truth“ was presented on February 25, 2021 during the second meeting of the Business Culture Hub project.
Business Culture Hub is a joint project of the “CSR Ukraine” and “Ukrainian Cultural Foundation“, which aims to create a platform for exchanging experiences of business and cultural sector cooperation, as well as present successful cases and help find partners in implementation of the own projects.
The second meeting was devoted to the topic of digitalization of cultural projects, review of the benefits of using VR and AR technologies, as well as discussions on the further development of digital processes in the creative industries.
In particular, within the framework of Business Culture Hub, Deputy Minister of Culture and Information Policy Artem Liozin presented national projects of digital transformation in the field of culture and tourism, which should be implemented during 2021-2023: e-Heritage, e-Art, e-Tourism, e-Book.
Acting Executive Director of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation Yulia Fediv, in addition to the current UCF grant opportunities, announced the launch of a digital platform “Cultural Space”. Its goal is to create a digital space through which Ukrainian operators and producers of cultural products and services will be able to find partners to implement their projects, both in terms of resource cooperation and investments.
Denis Kazvan – Senior Director, Head of Corporate Communications, CIS&SEE at Visa presented the company’s successful cases of cooperation with cultural institutions, including Mystetskyi Arsenal, and spoke about the features of supporting cultural projects by large businesses.
“Grains of Truth” platform was presented at the meeting by Yulia Novobranets, Development Manager of the Holodomor Museum Foundation, and Yulia Tarkovska, SoftServe Senior Corporate Responsibility Program Specialist. In fact, the presentation of the project was an illustration of the successful cooperation between SoftServe and the Holodomor Museum Foundation as partners at various levels of the platform’s project, as well as part of our cooperation in creating the Holodomor Museum.
Representatives of the projects supported by UCF: “Magic World.UA”, “Tukoni Video Game”, “Open Theater”, “Discover Uzhgorod”, “Pocket Country”, talked about how to use government support to start and attract business partners for further development of their projects.Share