The Cultural Business Education Hub is a naturally born institution for practicing the social skills necessary for a healthy civil society: openness/tolerance, responsibility, proactivity/leadership, critical thinking, dialog, design practice, emotional intelligence, social intelligence, justice. Success is also ensured by the qualities of a developed personality: aesthetics, ethics, logic, speed, innovation, experimentation, improvisation, foresight, mindfulness.We are designers of processes, facilitators of cross-cultural partnerships, contributing to the promotion of intellectual labour and the protection of copyright. And we focus on creative businesses, as they are the closest to the concept of responsibility, they restore value of private property, risk it in business, protect their rights in the fight against corruption, crime, lawlessness.
The Cultural Business Education Hub explores and applies business tools [design thinking practices, marketing metrics, financial management, risk management indicators, etc.] in relation to cultural projects. And it makes research on cultural phenomena and projects [philosophy, art literature, and high art] integrating them into the C&CI business environment.
Podcasting "Philosophical Garden II" [second season of 21 dialogues with thinkers and opinion leaders] about implementation and practice of the methodology, about Ethics, intercultural communication, and all of the extraordinary issues. The format of the "Philosophical Garden" emphasizes the role of the leader's thinking as superior, and not just professional knowledge and achievements. The author's opinion is important to us. We consider "creativity" strictly as "creation".
"Philosophical Garden" production line: podcasts studio recording, video edit and sound engineering, transcription, subtitling, show notes writing, longreads editing and translation UA-EN, illustration.
Publishing the podcasts on the world's leading podcast platforms: Anchor.fm
, Google Podcasts
, Pocket Casts
, Apple Podcasts
Reference to the first season of "Philosophical Garden I"