From 15 till 18 May the Academy for Digital Entertainment was present at the Media Future Week 2017. A great learning experience for our students.
Sixteen first-year students of International Spatial Development (Built Environment) put up a fantastic performance and made an excellent contribution at the ECOMM congress (annual EU congress on mobility management).
The International Media and Entertainment Management (IMEM) programme is the first programme in the Netherlands that has been accredited by the European Association of Communications Agencies (EACA).
Last year Arnoud Versluis was already asked to be a member of the research committee of Edcom. This year he is appointed board member.
Dr Svetlana Bialkova (ADE) hosted a workshop on “Shaping the future of VR marketing: perspectives and challenges” at EMAC 2017.
The Dutch broadcaster NTR visited the Academy for Digital Entertainment to participate in workshops on ‘connected audience’.
Hein van Oorschot signed an agreement with the Middle East College about rolling out a logistics bachelor’s programme there.
IMEM alumni Tim Linssen and Federico Ferraro have won major backing for international growth. Their startup Quiqup has raised £20 million (€23 million).
Together with the municipality of Breda, NHTV investigated the economic impact of Serious Request 2016 (‘the glass house’).
During the ‘Reiswerk Studenten Challenge’ in Marrakech, Tourism student Sebastiaan van Kemenade won the Talent Award. The Reiswerk Team Award was for the team with NHTV students Maaike Theuws and Inez Schoenmakers.