Occupy Library Conference

2021. January 07.

As the summer of a most challenging year is over, September brings us a great opportunity to continue doing what we know best: develop meaningful solutions and projects for libraries and other cultural institutions.

In order to do that, we need to hear from you, dedicated librarians and other professionals from the cultural sector: what are your needs, your most daring dreams but also the biggest issues that your organizations are facing nowadays. That is why we are excited to announce our involvement in the upcoming Occupy Library conference, an online event that will take place between September 22-25.

Occupy Library is an informative event bringing together relevant voices for the future of libraries from Central, Eastern European, Black Sea, Caucasus, and Caspian regions. Among the conference’s core themes you can find some vital aspects for nowadays libraries: serving communities in times of crisis, emerging tech trends, public spaces and community engagement. The event is a great opportunity for sharing ideas and good practices on how libraries can improve the lives of the communities they serve. Given its international attendance, the language of the event will be English.

Qulto is proud to be one of the partners of this event. Within the conference, we invite you to visit our 2 booths: a static one, where we will broadcast presentations of our most relevant solutions and projects developed with and for the cultural sector, but also a dynamic one, where you can meet us virtually and participate in workshops and networking events.

So save the date and join us for this exciting event. We are looking forward to meeting you. Registrations will be open in a few days, so don’t forget to register via the conference website. The attendance is free of charge.

During the next few weeks, we will keep you updated on the topics and projects that we plan to share with you during the conference.

Find out more about the conference on their website and keep up with all the news on their Facebook page.