The project also aims to identify, co-design and pilot models of pooling private and public resources and directing them to support New European Bauhaus transformation projects.
- April 2022: Draft report on crowdfunding landscape
- July 2022: Final report on crowdfunding models and best practices
Participation in the project
The project builds on inputs and feedback from the New European Bauhaus community of partners, the High-level Roundtable members and other actors, within and outside the European Commission, actively involved in the related fields.
Once combinations of crowdfunding and public funding presenting strong potential for certain policy objectives have been identified, the project will need interested stakeholders for testing and mainstreaming at different levels - i.e. with EU, National or regional funding.
Reach out if you are interested in providing your feedback. In addition to networking opportunities and access to knowledge, you will have the possibility to influence the shaping of new public support mechanisms.
Project team coordinators
- EC, Joint Research Centre, New European Bauhaus
- EC, Directorate-General for Regional and Urban Policy
- NGO eurocrowd
- New European Bauhaus partners: BIDs Belgium, Eurac Research, REGEA, The Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
- NEB Lab, European Commission led project
- Project locations
- Brussels, Belgium