19 May Newsletter – May 2020
We work together with you on collaborative projects and through international networks, and we appreciate our collaboration.
We have decided to launch a newsletter in English, to let you know about our regular and long-lasting network, and about the projects we design and carry out with you.
We are based in Bordeaux, France.
Since 2013, we have been working with more than 100 partners in more than 20 countries in Europe, China, Africa and North America (see our network here), and we step up as partners in more than 20 projects.
Enjoy your reading and take care,
Sophie Guénebaut, Director
Maud Gari, Development and Marketing Manager
LABA supports the internationalisation of projects in the cultural and creative sector, in the field such as health, environment, tourism, sport, gastronomy, education, entrepreneurship.
We design projects and mobilize following European funds: ESF, EAFRD, EAFRD, ERASMUS+, CREATIVE EUROPE, COSME, H2020…
Discover our areas of expertise and business activities.
Focus on project : SAFE
From now on, we will regularly focus on one of our projects and share with you our fields of innovation. To discover more about our projects, click here.
The SAFE project (SAFETY TRAINING ON PUBLIC EVENTS) aims to develop the skills of adults responsible for the safety and crowd management of events and venues.
Threats are diversifying and becoming more and more complex: terrorism, Covid19, prevention, etc. Responses are only temporary : increase in the number of police services, emergency funds to limit ticket sales, communication campaigns to reassure the public.
SAFE provides a long-term response through training and exchanges of skills between those professionals.
This project is supported by Erasmus+. It is lead by PRODISS together with LABA, BDKV Bundesverband der Konzert- und Veranstaltungswirtschaft e. V. (GER), Wallifornia Musictech ASBL (BEL), The Security Company Utrecht Holland Holding B.V. – ICMS (NL), European Arenas Association (NL), International live music conference limited, Mind over matter consultancy limited (UK), et Swiss Institute for Urban and Event Security – iSSUE (CH).
The projects above are funded with the support of the European Commission . The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.