Cultural Heritage: Europeana Publishes 2017 Business Plan
From the Europeana Professional Blog:
This business plan presents our objectives for 2017, and how we will work together to achieve these aims.
The 2017 business plan sets out how we’ll align with the strategic priorities that we have developed in our 2020 Strategy to become efficient, engaging and impactful as Europe’s platform for digital cultural heritage. To meet our audience demands and to increase our impact, we have chosen to organise our work around five key markets connected through our platform.
The plan was created with valuable input from our partners and the Europeana Network Association and reflects the views of our broad community.
Direct to Full Text of 2017 Business Plan Document
47 pages; PDF. Note: Pges 45-46 include some basic budget information.
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