BE in UA is a Ukrainian platform that for more than 3 years has been developing creative design businesses in general and staying focused on the fashion market.
Dnipro: Dnipro Center for Contemporary Culture
Dnipro Center for Contemporary Culture (DCCC) is a cultural institution established to strengthen the links between the city and the world.
It is a platform for the international partnership, local context research, strengthening of a local creative community, exchange of experience, a rise of collaborations between artists, scientists and entrepreneurs.
Kharkiv: School of Communication and Management Baggage
Baggage is a school of communication and management that has been established by practitioners. The alumni of the school are now specialists in various marketing roles having acquired knowledge in different areas such as finance, project management and team building. The school's methodology incorporates the provision of systematic knowledge, an efficient toolkit, and continuous practice and team work on real-life company case studies under the supervision of the best specialists in the areas.
Impact Hub Odessa is a creative space without borders, where innovators come to share experiences and to be inspired. A member of the international Impact Hub Network, this is a community centre, a co-working and event space, a conference hall and a fab lab all under the same roof.
Insha Osvita working since 2008 with educational programs and facilitation of community development. It creates physical spaces for learning and interaction, experiments and transforms in accordance with the changes in society and the contexts it works in, to best address the current challenges. Insha Osvita understands culture as a cross-cutting factor that helps communities to unite and strengthen interrelations within, and thus helps society to function.
Nesta is a UK innovation agency with a mission to help people and organisations bring great ideas to life. It is our official partner for the global Creative Enterprise programme, having developed the methodology (and toolkit) as a result of its Starter for Six programme in Scotland.