Creative Entrepreneurship Academy (CEA) Online Conference: Creative and sustainable economy
International organisations recognise the need to promote sustained and inclusive economic growth, foster innovation and provide opportunities, benefits and empowerment for all and respect for all human rights.
It also identified the ongoing need to support countries with economies in transition in diversifying production and exports, including in new sustainable growth areas, including creative industries.
It encourages all to observe the year in accordance with national priorities to raise awareness, promote cooperation and networking, encourage sharing best practices and experiences, enhance human resource capacity, promote an enabling environment at all levels as well as tackle the challenges of the creative economy.
The speakers from Estonia and Georgia are covering issues like the trends and challenges in sustainable economy, discussing sustainable design and showing the impact of creative minds in sustainable tourism and the food industry.
The full agenda of the conference and the speakers’ list will be announced shortly, please follow us in Facebook
9.45 – 10.00/10.45-11.00 Welcome
10.00-10.05 /11.00-11.05 Lets start: Moderator Toomas Roolaid ,
10.05-10.15 /11.05-11.15 Welcome. Estonian Ambassador in Georgia Ms Riina Kaljurand (tbc), CEO of Creative Estonia Ms Eva Leemet, CEO of Creative Caucasus Mr Gela Andrew Suli.
10.15-11.00/11.15-12.00 Keynote: Anneli Ohvril, Executive director, Let’s do it World, Trends and challenges in sustainable economy
11.00-11.15/12.00-12.10 UNDP Georgia head Louisa Vinton
11.10-11.25/12.10-12.25 Ketevan Shengeliya New priorities in new Creative Europe program (sustainability, gender equality ect)
11.35- 11.50 /12.35-12.50 Georgian steps towards sustainability – Tatia Bidzinashvili, Enterprise Georgia
11.50- 12.00/12.50-13.00 Georgian example of sustainable design – Anzelika Rieck, Founder and chairwoman of the Association Design Georgia: Funduki
12.00-12.15 /13.00-13.15 Global challenges for sustainable fashion, Reet Aus, sustainable fashion expert
12.15-13.00 /13.15-14.00 Lunch/Break
13.00- 13.15/14.00-14.15 Imbi Lepik-Martinson EAS Green Key and sustainable tourism in countryside in Estonia
13.15-13.30/14.15-14.30 Estonian example of sustainable tourism,
13.30-13.45/14.30-14.45 Georgian way to ensure sustainability in tourism, Vano Vashakmadze, USAID Economic Security Program
13.45-13.55 /14.45-14.55 Georgian example of sustainable tourism – Maka Buadze, Batumi wonderland guesthouse
14.05-14.25 /15.05-.15.25 Krista Kulderknup, Organic Estonia
14.25-14.40/15.25-15.40 Estonian Culinary Route Raili Mengel, Eesti Maaturism
14.40-15.00/15.40-16.00 Georgia towards sustainable food – Nino Inasaridze, USAID Agriculture Program
15.00-15.10/16.00-16.10 Hannes Saarpuu, Renegade Tea Estate, Towards sustainable production, from the beginning
15.10- 15.25/16.10-16.25 New ways of producing honey in Georgia – Tako Kvaratskhelia – Rukhi Dedopali – Rukhi Queen
15.25-15.35/16.25-16.35 Nia Odzelashvili, Owner, Sulico Wine Bar