Join us for two days of innovation, creation, and knowledge when we bring together creative businesses and everyone with a passion for entrepreneurship and innovative solutions for today’s challenges – from all over the world.
BRIGHT is for anyone interested in how to strengthen the cultural and creative industries and how these sectors can contribute to innovative solutions in all parts of society – not least to sustainable development.
This year BRIGHT will be organized online, which provides the great opportunity that people from all over the world will be able to join us – without any travel expenses.
BRIGHT offers unique networking opportunities. You and your company will meet creative minds, startups, other companies, investors and opinion-makers from all over the world. This year, we will have even more startups than usual as both the winners from the national Creative Business Cups anno 2020 and 2021 will be pitching.
You will be in touch with the latest trends, innovations, and developments in the cultural and creative industries and presents top relevant panel discussions, online workshops, and keynotes.
You will gain exposure in and access to our international community thisis.cbnet.com. You will meet people from 80+ countries who could all be potential business partners, collaborators, investors etc.
We are especially looking for innovative ideas or best practices, which are creative and in line with the values of BRIGHT, but every application will be taken into consideration.
If you wish to be featured on the forum with your own virtual exhibition stand, submit your application form to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 1 May 2021. Acknowledgement of receipt of applications will be confirmed by email at the latest by 15 May 2021; if you have not received anything two weeks after the deadline please contact us via the email address above.
We will confirm whether or not your application has been accepted and you have been granted a virtual exhibition stand by 1 June 2021.
Exhibitors will not be charged a registration fee.