INTRASOFT International is a leading European company in the area of Information Technology and Communication services provision which, at the end of 2012, employed over 200 professionals located in Belgium.
INTRASOFT International was established in 2000 to better serve public and private sector clients throughout Western Europe with a particular focus in European Union bodies and agencies.
Founded in 1987, ATC (www.atc.gr) is an Information Technology Company (SME) offering solutions and services targeting specific sectors incl. the Media, Banking and Retail Sectors, Utilities and the Public Sector, as well as horizontal solutions focusing on Content Management, Enterprise Software, Web Applications, Human Capital Resource Management, e-Learning and Mobile Applications. The activities of the Company span several countries in EU, Eastern Europe and CIS countries, as well as the Balkans.
Worldcrunch is a Paris-based English-language news website that seeks to compensate for the decline of foreign coverage in English-language media by providing the most relevant content from the best global sources – including high quality international media outlets and partner organizations such as Le Monde, Le Temps, Die Welt, Folha de Sao Paulo, La Stampa, Caixin Media, Kommersant, Gazeta Wyborcza, Hurriyet and more than 20 other from Europe and beyond. The Worldcrunch website has attracted an average of 2-million Page Views/month in 2016 and its users are based in the US, Europe, Latin America and Asia.
Since its establishment in 2007, as both a photo agency and foundation, the international roster of NOOR’s accomplished and award-winning member photographers have documented civil and political unrest, environmental issues, war, famine and natural disasters throughout the globe. It is an abiding commitment to the fundamental power of photography to bear witness to the struggle for human rights and social justice that form the principles of NOOR.
NOOR – an Arabic word meaning light – seeks to contribute to a growing understanding of the world by producing independent visual reports that stimulate positive social change and impact views on issues of global concern.
MARNI is a luxury brand founded in 1994. Slightly out of the schemes, its subtle and subversive design celebrates individuality through an unpredictable visual language of graphic rigor. The aesthetic paradigm is characterized by an experimental approach to materials and colors and a unique flair for mixing prints and shapes. The quirky elegance of Marni is a range of possibilities, a lifestyle with an avant-garde spirit that holds a creative ongoing dialogue with the art world of art. Marni’s premium lines are ready-to-wear clothing for women, men and kids, handbags and accessories.
The Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival – TBNFF (legal name MTÜ Pimedate Ööde Filmifestival) – or in its native Estonian – PÖFF – is the only FIAPF-accredited competitive film festival in Northern Europe and one of the busiest regional audiovisual and content industry platforms, acting as a global gateway to the Baltic and CIS regions. Founded in 1998, the festival was accredited to the A-class in 2005 and thus PÖFF is considered as one of the world’s top 15 film events along with Berlin, Cannes, Karlovy Vary, Venice, San Sebastian and others. During its 20th edition (2016) PÖFF screened more than 600 films (250 features), saw an attendance of 80 000 and hosted more than 1000 audiovisual industry professionals and journalists. The festival has a unique umbrella structure encompassing three independent sub-festivals for children and youth films, animations and shorts and a full-fledged industry platform Industry@Tallinn & Baltic Event, co-hosted with Baltic Event co-production market.
INESC Technology and Science – INESC TEC is an Associate Laboratory with 30 years of experience in R&D and technology transfer, is a private non-profit research institution having as associates the University of Porto, INESC and the Polytechnic Institute of Porto. With around 750 researchers (300 PhD), working in the interface between the academic world and the industrial and service companies, as well as the public administration, the activity at INESC TEC runs under the paradigm of the knowledge to value production chain: Knowledge and results generated at basic research are typically injected in technology transfer projects and therefore they receive added social relevance. The existence of an Innovation and Technology Transfer Unit assures the effectiveness of this model.
QdepQ is a spin-off company of Delft University of Technology (TU-Delft), involved in real-time processing of still and streaming images for the digital television, digital cinema, gaming, multi-media and smartphone markets. It was founded in 2014 by three researchers of the Delft Robotics Institute. QdepQ is a small company with a strong drive for advanced R&D in Advanced Image Processing and Computer Vision. QdepQ is based on the technology of Depth from Luminance (DFL), i.e. making cubic images from depth ques. The founding members of QdepQ, being researchers for the TU-Delft, they have been involved in two EU founded projects with technology manufacturers from the broadcasting industry. QdepQ was founded in order to bring to the market the 2D to 3D conversion technology developed during these projects. Amongst things, the company performs the conversion from 2D to 3D of profesionnal feature films and video content, sells soft- and hardware IP licenses to companies, making demonstrators and provides consultancy for the design of hardware.