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Online-Museumsshops – Chancen und Risiken [D]


Online-Museumsshops – Chancen und Risiken [D]

07.11.2014 Österreichisches Museum für Volkskunde

Ziel des Workshops ist es, den TeilnehmerInnen anhand von Case Studies aus der Kunst- & Kulturbranche wie auch der Handelsbranche Kriterien für erfolgreiche Onlineshops zu vermitteln.

Young Leaders

Training Programme:

Young Leaders

16.–19.12.2014 Muzej Ribnica

Museum Leadership Programme A training programme for young Slovenian museums professionals aspiring to become leaders in museums and drive forward necessary change.

Museum, Leadership & Social Enterprise


Museum, Leadership & Social Enterprise

15.–17.10.2015 Zagreb

Spotlight on resilient leadership and sustainable business models for the benefit of society

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