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Susanne Marx BalticMuseusm

BalticMuseums in Brussels

By | EU-Projekte, Präsentationen, Projektmanagement, Tourismus

BalticMuseums represented by Susanne Marx at European Tourism Conference. Successful cooperation in coastal and maritime tourism in Europe was the topic of the  European conference: „Smart cooperation in coastal and maritime tourism – Encouraging transnational partnerships through clusters and networks“ in  Brussels, 20 January 2015.

The European Commission had invited speakers from all the European coastal areas to demonstrate their experiences with local and transnational cooperation and their visions for the future. The BalticMuseusms projects were presented by Susanne Marx, BalticMuseums information manager on behalf of Stralsund University of Applied Sciences. Not only the successfully launched eGuides were presented, but also the technical means applied for cooperation and mutual promotion, the developed skills of team members and the vision for both a regionally and a content-wise enhanced cooperation at the crossroads of ICT, museum services and tourism. About 230 representatives of clusters and networks, national and regional representatives, nautical associations, cruise, chambers of commerce and SMEs from all European countries took part in the conference. Mr. Pedro Ortùn, Director in charge of Service industries at the European Commission, emphasised the importance of cooperation even beyond competition, the need to exploit ICT and the cooperation across industries with the common target of smart and sustainable growth.

Presentation of Susanne Marx, BalticMuseums information manager: „BalticMuseums – Overcoming seasonality in coastal and maritime tourism by building partnerships. A Blue Growth network for Europe?“.

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BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus at European Cooperation Day

By | EU-Projekte, Marketing, Präsentationen

European Coop DayOn September 18, 2013 – projects of the South Baltic Programme have the possibility to present their main accomplishments during the European Cooperation Day 2013 in Gdansk. Having the young generation between the ages of 16-19 in focus – very practical appealing presentations are planned to bring the young nearer to cross-border cooperation. Therefore school students from Poland, Lithuania and Denmark can experience English classes in a different way by artistic installations, performances, demonstrations, experiments and many more. “BalticMuseums 2.0 Plus” is one of the fifteen South Baltic projects being presented during the event with reference to either four of the modules – art works; maritime, technological career; cross-border higher education & labour mobility including the maritime sector prospects as well as sustainability & maritime identity. Represented and supervised by the Gdynia Aquarium – young guests are invited to play exciting online BalticMuseums games. Not only the colourful Undersea can be discovered but also a great mind, smartness and quick reflexes will be tested. Moreover, the youth will be tempt to take virtual tours through all four museums involved in the project. Additionally, the Gdynia Aquarium instructs and introduces its newly developed eGuide showing a route created for kids and another for adults especially adapted to each of the needs. Finally, school students will get an insight into how BalticMuseums realized its aim of advancing and implementing a multi-lingual eGuide for oceanographic museums in the South Baltic region exploiting synergies from the joint production of content.