2 minutes to read Posted on Tuesday February 20, 2018

Updated on Friday July 13, 2018

portrait of Harry Verwayen

Harry Verwayen

General Director , Europeana Foundation

The Europeana Business Plan 2018 is out!

The Business Plan 2018 outlines an exciting and busy year for Europeana - our tenth anniversary and the European Year of Cultural Heritage.

Europeana Business Plan
Europeana Business Plan
February 2018
The Netherlands
Europeana Business Plan

Ten ways we’re making 2018 special

  1. More culture for culture lovers to love
    New Europeana Newspapers - new Europeana Migration - new interactive elements for Europeana Collections

  2. More ways to share your stories
    New centenary tour for Europeana 1914-1918 - new Europeana Migration collection days

  3. More high-quality culture for anyone to use
    Made possible by supporting data partners and backed up by new bespoke software  (Metis) and R&D

  4. Unmissable events
    Aggregator Fora, EU Presidency Bulgaria, EuropeanaTech conference, Europeana Network Association AGM

  5. Closer, stronger communities
    Europeana Network Association, Research, Education, Labs and data partners

  6. Stronger Europeana Network Association
    Working efficiently around communities of interest

  7. Invigorating education
    Getting culture into online courses and teacher training kits

  8. Informing academic research
    Funding grants for research that uses digital culture

  9. Rewarding great ideas
    #edTech challenge awarding 30,000 EUR for best reuse apps

  10. Frameworks that work
    Getting rightsstatements.org and our new Impact Playbook out there for all

Read the Europeana Business Plan 2018

Find out more in the Europeana Business Plan 2018  - and share it with #EuropeanaBP and #EuropeForCulture

Thank you

Thank you to all those who contributed to this year’s plan, be it through workshops, at the AGM,  via formal discussion or informal chat - your ideas and thoughts are always valued.