After the STAGE demonstration event

On 17 January 2019 the STAGE demonstratory event took place in Nicosia, Cyprus. After welcome by event organisers and Charalambos Papatryfonos of Research Promotion Foundation from Cyprus, the project coordinator, Luigi Biocca, introduced the audience to the project idea and objectives. Next, Sotia Nicolau of Materia the STAGE Platform presented the STAGE streaming platform offering cultural content.

The presentation of the platform functionalisites was followed by live streaming a musical performance that was taking place at the same time on Materia's premises. After successful demonstration of the Platform, Paweł Nowakowski of ASM oultined the market approach incuding target groups, an added value of the service and market drivers for cultural institutions to join the platform. He also outlined the basics of a business model and plan that precies that the Platform will be operating as a marketplace for cooperating cultutal institutions that will be selling their content to individual and institutional users in various packages.

The event was organized by Georama and Materia.

Project meeting in Nicosia

The last General Assembly of the STAGE project consortium took place on 16 January 2019 in Nicosia, Cyprus. Partners gathered to sum up recent results and activities, and discussed last actions at the end of the project. They also discussed in detail the commercialization of the project main result, the STAGE Platform.

The meeting was hosted by Georama and Materia, the Cypriot consortium members.

STAGE business model workshops finalized

From July to November 2018 STAGE carried out three business model workshops in Italy, Hungary, and Cyprus. We invited external experts in the field of business modelling and cultural industries in order to validate our draft business approach and gain more knowledge of the STAGE national markets. Received feedback enabled us to improve our business model, particularly in terms of elaboration of the target market. We also received many useful suggestions and tips for commercialization and marketing activities. Thanks to the workshops results we are better prepared to bring the STAGE streaming platform to the market. Read more about STAGE workshops by clicking here.

Project demonstration: Online access to live events for older adults


GEORAMA LLC and AgeCare Cyprus – MATERIA Group, partners of the STAGE project, would like to invite you at the presentation of the results of the project "The STAGE platform: Online access to live events for older adults", which will take place at the Semeli Hotel Hotel (Petraki Giallorou, 10 Nicosia) on January 17, 2019, from 11:00 to 13:00 (Guest arrival starts at 10:30).
The purpose of the demonstration event is to present the results of the project as well as the presentation of the integrated online platform that will allow older people (65+) to access cultural events in the comfort of their home via live streaming.
Entrance to the event is free.
Join our event, meet the developers and find out how you can make your cultural events available to older adults.
Please find the agenda here.


STAGE at the AAL Forum 2018

On 25 September 2018 the e-poster "STAGE's Value Proposition - addressing the silver market with an ICT cultural platform" was presented by ASM - Market Research and Analysis Centre at the AAL Forum  2018 in Bilbao, Spain. Besides elaborating what added value the STAGE Platform brings to customers interested in accessing the cultural content online, the poster places the platform on the Maslow's hierarchy of neeeds, and discusses the question of user requirements analysis, in general and in the context of STAGE. PBN and Materia were there, too, and promoted STAGE together with ASM. 

Apart from the ASM's verbal presentation, participants to the Forum had a possibility to watch the poster during the whole event on the screens available at the Forum hall. Now, all posters can be watched online in the poster gallery.

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The STAGE project (AAL-2015-1-014) is funded by AAL Programme, co-funded by the European Commission and National Funding Authorities of Cyprus, Hungary, Italy, Poland, and Romania


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