For the third time, Creative Hub is cooperating with HSLU and introducing students of the Digital Ideation course to entrepreneurship. In a six-part module, various topics in entrepreneurship are dealt with and applied to specific examples.
Devcom 2020 took place from August 17th to 30th. It is directly linked to Gamescom, the largest gaming event in the world. This year, the entire Gamescom was completely digital due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Gamescom attracts crowds of gamers and fans while Devcom focuses on the business part of the platform.
After months of development and hours of fine-tuning, the time has come: Read on, supported by Creative Business Coaching, brings us its ultra-flat reading glasses integrated into iPhone cases. Here are the details of this worldwide news:
The RDM20 DJ mixer from Varia Instruments is getting a big brother: On October 15th, the Club Mixer RDM40 will be launched. Simon Schär and Marcel Schneider from Varia Instruments (supported by Creative Business Coaching) now have a new—and even bigger—mixer on offer.
Today, Monday, August 24, 2020, Creative Hub is issuing the second Call for Submissions and calling on the Swiss creative economy to submit outstanding business ideas. Creative Hub offers the most promising one-year all-round funding: individual coaching with Creative Hub’s network of experts, networking, and communication with the economy. The aim is to successfully bring the best ideas from the Swiss creative scene to market.
Shanghai is one of the largest cities in China and an important trading center. The Yangtze River Delta International Cultural Industries Expo (YRDICIE) dedicates around 54,000 square meters to the creative economy each year. The Creative Hub enables selected start-ups to digitally participate in the Expo in 2020.
Self and employment: Who knows an accurate description of "self-employment"? Anyone who builds their own business knows that the art of self-employment is finding the middle ground, the balance, and to prevent "self-employment" from becoming self-exploitation.
Bunny Madness is a hyper casual game that sends the message to the Swiss population to stay at home over Easter and afterwards - despite the gorgeous weather - so as not to become infected with the corona virus. Such a game should make this time at home easier and more entertaining. The game is advertised through the channels of the Federal Office of Public Health (BAG) and is—as Federal Councilor Alain Berset personally writes on his social media channels—it is THE game of the current lockdown.