Join us at our first special REMIX Istanbul event exploring the trends shaping the future of collaborations in arts and technology. It brings together local, national and international innovators from the arts, creative industries, start-ups, brands, policy and digital technology communities.
Which entrepreneurs are shaping new paths to audience development? How have they been able to monetise that relationship to create new resources to sustain their ideas and develop new creative enterprises? What are the emerging prototypes of infrastructure to enable emerging cultural and creative entrepreneurs to develop and scale their ideas? How can existing arts and culture organisations and entities make themselves fit for purpose in the current and future climate?
The sessions will consider this within the context of the emergence of new business models, marketing techniques, the rise of creative cities, technology disruption and innovative approaches to content creation and distribution.
Our REMIX Istanbul event forms part of the REMIX Summits series of global events exploring the intersection of culture, technology and entrepreneurship, which bring together thought-leaders from across different industries to tackle the big ideas shaping the future of the cultural and creative industries and the development of creative cities and the creative economy. REMIX Summits are made possible by partners including Google and Bloomberg and take place in London, Sydney, New York, Dubai and Sydney at venues including MoMA and the British Museum. You can also view our hall of fame to see previous REMIX speakers from Mike Bloomberg to NASA.
Watch the trailers from previous events to find out more:
SYDNEY 2016 / LONDON 2015 / NYC 2014
Hundreds of people eager to learn how culture, technology and entrepreneurship oppose, attract or mesh together and create business value, flocked to the state-of-the-art conference room of the US business and financial news giant Bloomberg to get challenged and inspired.
REMIX Istanbul is presented by the British Council and Pozitif.