Open Culture meets Business -
How to Open Business Seminar to be held on Nov 13, 2009
Open culture can not only create public value but also generate
Aiming at providing a strategic approach to developing new open-based
business models, Creative Commons Korea holds "How to Open Business"
seminar in Seoul on November 13, 2009.
In the seminar, various open-based business models will be presented
through examples while attendees will have the opportunity to identify
new business models of their own.
The one-day event will start with the opening remarks by Prof. Jinsup
Jung, chief of CC Korea, to be followed by the keynote speech by Sangki
Steve Han, the Graduate School of Culture Technology of the Korea
Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
CC Korea staff Su-jeong Han will give a general introduction on open
business strategies through practical examples and case studies.
The seminar will be highlighted by two well recognized international
figures: Sylvain Zimmer, founder and CTO of Jamendo, and Chiaki Hayashi,
founder and PMO of Loftwork, will share their valuable knowledge and
experience about developing a viable and profitable business model based
on open culture.
Double Deck, a Korean digital music performance group, will also rock
the audience with their powerful live performance. Double Deck is one
of the first Korean musicians who shared their works under creative
The final session of the event is "Open Business Speech," where
anyone can present their open business ideas and be given the rare
opportunity to receive consultation and business advice from established
experts from various fields.
On the following day, the seminar presenters will also be joined by
those who share the value of open culture in the CC Salon. Guests from
different industries such as music, design, technology and business will
share their views and experience on a variety of issues related to open
culture and have in-depth discussions on open business models in
various areas including music and art.