WORTH Partnership Project – Creativity and innovation

WORTH Project is about collaboration between talented fashion designers, creative people, manufacturing enterprises (SMEs) and technology firms willing to enter into a partnership to develop innovative products.

WORTH Project aims to increase added value and impact, through the combination of creativity, teamwork, and commitment.

Who can apply?

Designers, crafters, Small Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs Manufacturers), start-ups and technology firms working in the fashion and consumer goods industries across Europe.

We are looking for creative and disruptive minds involved in the following sectors:

You are welcome aboard WORTH Project:

1. If you are a talented and creative partner with a brilliant idea to be developed within the framework of WORTH Project and already have a potential partner to work with.
YOU CAN APPLY!*
*What are you waiting for? Learn more about the application process here

2. If you are a talented and creative partner with a brilliant idea to be developed within the framework of WORTH Project but you do not know of a potential partner to work with yet.
YOU CAN APPLY!**
**We are pleased to help you find an ally to work with. Learn more about the application process here

3. If you are a talented and creative partner seeking advice on the conception of a brilliant idea to then be developed within the framework of WORTH Project (either with or without any potential partners to work with).
YOU CAN APPLY!***
***We are pleased providing you support and advice on the conception of your idea and find an ally to work with. Learn more about the application process here

WORTH is about creating partnerships:

1. Partnerships must be formed by two or three partners. At least two of the following target groups must be involved in the project:

– Creatives. Designers and artists involved in the aforementioned industry sectors. Design labs and start-ups are within the scope of this target group.
– Makers. Crafters and SME manufacturers working in the aforementioned industry sectors.
– Technology firms. Technological firms and tech-labs can be part of partnership projects. Tech start-ups are within the scope of this target group.

2. Partnerships must be transnational teams formed by partners from at least two (maximum three) different participating countries.

Learn more about the participating countries here

Bart Huydts

directeur Art Business Centre - projectleider Gelderland valoriseert in de Creatieve Industrie

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