Europeana Space – Questionnaire for the Pilots (commercialisation and business potential)


Following the Amsterdam pilots meeting which was very productive, CULTURELABEL provided a questionnaire for the pilots to complete, to help them address some of the issues around commercialisation and business potential and provide us with some more background info in this area.

DEADLINE: Sunday 15th June

The results of the questionnaire are useful to feed discussion for the next meeting on June 24 and beyond.

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