Artifactory is affiliated with the following networks

ARTIFACTORY is a permanent member of the EU Pact For Skills in Industrial Ecosystems CCI and tourism since 2022

The Anna Lindh Foundation is an international organisation working from the Mediterranean to promote intercultural and civil society dialogue in the face of growing mistrust and polarisation. Artifactory is a member of the network since 2022.


is SME located in Matera in Italy, focused on cultural heritage experiences, tourism attraction events as well as enterprise communications services. SYMPHONIA is offering creating multimedia contents, audio-visual shows and events with high emotional impact, fair and convention stands, interactive applications, and cultural heritage digitization. Run by Aldo Di Russo in Matera and Rome, Italy, SYMPHONIA is assisting ARTiFACTORY with the implementation of heritage audiovisuals and the research in audiovisual languages.

 The Bosch Alumni Network brings together former and current fellows, grantees and staff members of the Robert Bosch Stiftung and its partners. By connecting network members with common interests but different backgrounds, cross-sectoral exchange and international collaborations can be fostered. On this community is connected online.

The Bosch Alumni Network is coordinated by the International Alumni Center (iac Berlin), a Think & Do Tank for alumni communities with social impact established by the Robert Bosch Stiftung.   

Europeana Pro and Europeana Research

 is the European Network Association aiming to transform the world with culture.  European is building since 2008 on Europe’s rich cultural heritage and make it easier for people to use for work, learning or pleasure, contributing to an open, knowledgeable and creative society. Europeana Collections provides access to over 50 million digitised items – books, music, artworks and more – with sophisticated search and filter tools to help audiences and experts what they are looking for. Aldo Di Russo, Dorothea Papathanasiou-Zuhrt and Photini Papachatzi are members of Europeana Pro, which has become a source of inspiration at ARTiFACTORYand a networking opportunity platform with international experts in cultural heritage.


is the European Association for the Interpretation of Heritage founded in Slovenia in 2010. The aim of the Association is to facilitate heritage experiences using a wide range of media. The principal idea has come to life through the implementation of the C.I.P. Leader+. Project Transinterpret II. Dr. Dorothea Papathanasiou-Zuhrt has run the Regional Competence Center for South East Europe at the University of the Aegean in Greece. Ever since ARTIFACTORY is independently facilitating upskilling and reskilling of heritage professionals and stakeholders in a series of EU funded projects. Featured projects include: Sagittarius (First Digital Roving Museum in South East Europe), ALECTOR (First Digital Open Street Museum in the Black Sea Basin), Innovimentor (First iCloud Museum in the Balkan-Meditarranean) , DIVERTIMENTO (Eurothentica eBook Collection) TRAP (Cultural Valorization) TOURIBOOST (Interpretive Skills Set) HERiPRENEURSHIP (Interpretive Skills Set for the Cultural and Creative Industries)).


ISES is a non-profit organisation in a Coruna, Spain, working in the field of education, developing specific training programmes using different methodologies. Design Thinking, Social Media, Games and iCloud concept are used to support learning and social inclusion. ISES works on different EU projects: trainers’ training, supervising training on cascade, and developing specific training programmes for youth focused on cultural heritage, social benefits, and empowerment (EU projects such as: Social Inclusion Techniques in Vocational Education and Training - SITinVET, Impact Of Relationship (IOR), Sagittarius ETCP Project). In addition, ISES is designing a new MOOC, by prototyping different learning activities.


It is about a Museum complex in Athens that includes the Benaki Museum of Greek Culture, the Yannis Pappas workshop, the Mentis textile Museum, the Toy Museum, the Penelope Delta House in Kifissia and the home of writer Patrick Joan Leigh Fermor in Kalamitsi, Messinia. The Banki Museum of Greek culture is hosted in one of the most marked neoclassical-style buildings in Athens, next to the National Garden and the Hellenic Parliament. It was the provate mansion of his founder Antonis E. Benakis, a Greek businessman from Alexandria, Egypt. He converted the mansion into a museum in order to shelter his collections. Later on he donated it to the Greek nation. Following its most recent refurbishment (1989–2000), the building houses a unique exhibition on Greek culture arranged diachronically from prehistory to the 20th century.

Stichting PRIME is a Foundation in Den Helder Holland, that is engaged in youth entrepreneurship supporting change makers and social innovators. Stichting PRIME has training and crowd-funding platform for educational projects and is exploiting the power of several methodlologies uch as Lego Serious Play, Design Thinking, Business Model Canvas, Gamification, Responsive web, Big Data in order to assist young entrepreneurs define the own path. Exploiting the powers of social media, Stichting PRIME has developed training programs that odder a new approach, better suited t deal with the accelerating pressures and need young entrepreneursh face in a constantly changing knowledge ecosystem. Prime Holland is member of different organizations and it has an extensive network of partners in the field of tourism sector with whom we cooperate in developing educational tourism programs in Uruguay and Brasil.

Artifactory is an official member of the EU Pact 4 Skills

The Pact is a growing community of private and public stakeholders (businesses (large and small), social partners, education and training providers, associations, cluster organisations, national, regional and local authorities, chambers of commerce or employment services, among others) contributing to making up- and reskilling a reality.

Since the Pact for Skills was launched in November 2020, more than 550 organisations have committed to join a community promoting quality investment in skills for all working age people across the Union. Since then nine large-scale skills partnerships have been established in key industrial ecosystems (automotive; microelectronics; aerospace & defence; offshore renewable energy; shipbuilding and maritime technology; textiles, clothing, leather and footwear; tourism; construction and agri-food. Together these alliances are creating up- and reskilling opportunities for close to 6 million working-age people across Europe.

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