KEA

Communications

KEA designs and implements communication strategies and tools that mobilise a wide range of stakeholders in culture, creativity and sports ranging from professionals to institutions and the general public.

Our approach to communication is unique: we draw on our specialisation in the creative sectors, combining a deep strategic understanding of public affairs, a large network of contacts, and a wealth of creative ideas to help clients deliver their message with maximum impact in an original way.

We have 20 years of experience during which we have forged strong connections with European institutions, regional representation offices in Brussels, European associations (culture and creativity, sport, cities, regions, innovation) that ensure targeted and effective communications.

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Communication strategy

Elaborating and implementing effective communication and dissemination strategies for large-scale EU-funded projects.
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Public relations

Aiming to raise awareness of the issues that are important to our client by establishing contact and dialogue with the relevant authorities, bodies or individuals.
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Social media and community management

Thriving to create online spaces where cultural and creative practitioners can find information, meet and exchange.

Projects

KEA produces and implements communication strategies and tools for multiple large-scale European projects in the context of Creative Europe, FP7 and H2020. Discover KEA's communications portfolio.
ILUCIDARE

ILUCIDARE

ILUCIDARE aims to make heritage-led innovation and diplomacy in Europe an example for sustainable development and international cooperation through a diversity of collaborative actions to reinforce mutual understanding and dialogue. The activities of this H2020 project are geared towards the establishment of an international community promoting cultural heritage innovation and diplomacy.
Sparks

Sparks

Sparks (2015-2018) is an awareness-raising project which showed Europeans from all walks of life that they can get involved in science and that various stakeholders share the responsibility for research and innovation. Taking place across 29 European countries, Sparks bridged the gap between the super-fast pace of scientific innovation and society through a unique touring exhibition and over 230 participatory activities. KEA developed the winning bid, brought together the members of the consortium of which it was also part and led Sparks communication activities at EU level. As such we organised the project’s final conference on 4 May 2018 Shaking up Science & Society Relations - A Sparks Forum. KEA also coordinated the data collection and analysis from the different activities developed within the project and elaborated the final project toolkit. Resources:
Culture for Cities and Regions

Culture for Cities and Regions

The project aimed to take stock of existing cultural management practices in cities and regions all over Europe, to exchange and promote transfer of knowledge, to better understand successful cases of cultural investment and to go into the details of policy planning and implementation. KEA was the scientific coordinator of the project, managing the methodology of the study visits and coaching sessions. We coordinated 15 thematic study visits in 10 regions and contributed to the drafting of 71 case studies across Europe. KEA was also responsible for the communication activities.
Creative Tracks

Creative Tracks

Creative Tracks aimed at connecting young creative professionals worldwide, encouraging cross-innovation projects and facilitating collaboration with cultural and creative industries. KEA was responsible for the mapping and analysis of creative networks across the world. As a result, more than 1200 networks have been involved so far. KEA also coordinated the Creative Tracks communication. As part of the communication activities, KEA organised two international conferences: b.creative – the global event for creative entrepreneurship to mark the official project launch in November 2016 and closure in November 2017.
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Caroline Dedenis

Caroline Dedenis

Clémentine Daubeuf

Clémentine Daubeuf

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