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Promoting the "Wissenswelten" (knowledge worlds) campaign

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The knowledge worlds include the German Emigration Center, the German Shipping Museum and the Sea Zoo in Bremerhaven as well as the Universum and the Overseas Museum in Bremen. The joint marketing and presentation of the various institutions aims to attract more visitors and strengthen Bremen as a centre for science. The campaign includes a roadshow and a mobile display, which for example is presented at shopping centres or at the ITB International Tourism Fair in Berlin. Bremen is aiming to present itself as a knowledge-based city which is finding new ways to promote an understanding of science in a generally comprehensible and accessible manner, and which is thus attractive for companies and employees in the spheres of high technology and research.

Categories
tourism, research and development
Programmes
ERDF Bremen 2007 - 2013
Degree of priority / area of funding
Priority Axis 2 Activating Urban and Commercial Areas
2.3: Enhancing the Profile of the Cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven strand
Total volume of money (in €)
400.000,00
Proportion of funds
of which public-sector funding: 400.000 €
of which ERDF funding: 200.000 €
Runtime
01.02.2009 - 31.12.2009
Venue
State of Bremen
Contact
Ms Anja Bähr
Ministry of Economics, Labour and Europe
Division 11
Zweite Schlachtpforte 3,
D-28195 Bremen
Tel.: ++49 421 361-8885
Fax: ++49 421 496-8885
E-Mail: anja.baehr@wah.bremen.de


Promoting the "Wissenswelten" (knowledge worlds) campaign

The knowledge worlds include the German Emigration Center, the German Shipping Museum and the Sea Zoo in Bremerhaven as well as the Universum and the Overseas Museum in Bremen. The joint marketing and presentation of the various institutions aims to attract more visitors and strengthen Bremen as a centre for science. The campaign includes a roadshow and a mobile display, which for example is presented at shopping centres or at the ITB International Tourism Fair in Berlin. Bremen is aiming to present itself as a knowledge-based city which is finding new ways to promote an understanding of science in a generally comprehensible and accessible manner, and which is thus attractive for companies and employees in the spheres of high technology and research.

Projectdata

Area of impact: Place of implementation Total project volume (ERDF Programme): of which public-sector funding: of which ERDF funding:
State of BremenCity of Bremen400.000€400.000€200.000€[

[LISTE Contact:

Ms Anja Bähr

Ministry of Economics, Labour and Europe
Division 11

Zweite Schlachtpforte 3,
D-28195 Bremen

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