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Thursday, May 9 • 2:00pm - 2:55pm
Open Business and the EU copyright reform

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Over the past five years, changes in copyright have affected businesses in different ways and open licenses such as Creative Commons have proven to be an interesting tool for innovative business models. IP can and should be used as a strategic tool to enter markets and gain or maintain market share under a more sustainable approach beyond mere financial profit generation. There is a new business culture, one that is more aware of the overall effects it has in everyone's lives (namely, at environmental, cultural and social levels). However, legal systems all over the world have been reacting in the exact opposite direction: creating more and more barriers to entry and favoring incumbent monopolies (namely, through adjustments to copyright laws). With the EU copyright reform, many of the thriving businesses that have emerged in Europe over the past 20 years might be hardly affected and most of them might not even survive. It is now crucial to keep the discussion active and bring these business together so they understand the power they still have to (help) revert these recent political decisions and continue to promote a more open and sustainable business culture, more aligned with the technological progress and social challenges we are facing today (namely, in terms of labor).
In this session, we invite the entrepreneurs behind some creative businesses to share their experiences, concerns and strategies. We will also launch the new Creative Commons Toolkit for Business website, which helps companies and professionals understand how the use of CC licenses can be interesting for the development of their businesses..

Session notes:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1aXipMEDvMK76Xbfmu-CBjqqknpgi2lAIJS6NkY7K_RM/edit

Speakers
avatar for Bruno Dias

Bruno Dias

CEO, Monster Jinx
With over 15 years as a Hip Hop producer under his belt, DarkSunn is one of the most active DJ in the Lisbon scene. He is also one of the founders and leaders of Monster Jinx. Monster Jinx is, at the same time, an artist collective and a platform for the edition and distribution of... Read More →
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Fatima Sao Simao

UPTEC
Fátima São Simão (Porto, 1981) is director of development for the arts at UPTEC - Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto. She is also the public lead of Creative Commons Portugal (as volunteer), being there responsible for the development of the CC Toolkit for Business... Read More →
MP

Mario Pena

Safe Creative
Mario Pena, a former Creative Commons advocate in Spain, has been involved in copyright issues as business developer and product manager in Safe Creative for more than 12 years. Passionate about the whole process of creating works to help the common good, takes lots of pictures that... Read More →
avatar for Hessel van Oorschot

Hessel van Oorschot

Founder & CEO, Tribe of Noise
Investing in CC models for over a decade. Sharing and reusing open content starts with helping maker communities; facilitate the tooling, build trust and lead by example. Full disclosure: co-founder & CEO Tribe of Noise, Executive Partner New Media Squad, Secretary Open Nederland... Read More →
VC

Vanessa Canto

co-founder, Moot - The Movement Lab
Co-founder and content producer for Moot, an online training platform for dancers.


Thursday May 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:55pm
New Delhi Room, 4th Floor, Museu do Oriente Av. Brasília 352, 1350-279 Lisboa, Portugal

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