BAM! Cultural Strategies is a consultancy and design company based in Italy specialised in audience development and cultural management. BAM! works with a project management approach and developed a specific know how in designing, conducting and measuring the impact of complex public projects with a specific focus in participation building and community marketing. BAM! devises and manages participative projects in terms of management and communication structures, fostering information sharing and identity building as organizational tools.
What they do for Perceive:
BAM! coordinates WP7 activities with a specific focus on dissemination and communication towards nonacademic stakeholders and wide audiences. In doing so the group will benefit from the specific know-how on impact and communication processes both for active engagement actions and outreach-related data gathering. The expertise in communication of European projects helps in managing the complexity of networked communication and stakeholder engagement. Thanks to the experience in branding, composing and organizing complex content communication BAM! manages the whole channel mix and user interaction structure both for digital actions (web, social networks, direct mailing, digital simulation platform) and non-digital actions (events, paper materials, graphic publications).
Title: Project Manager
Role in PERCEIVE: Head of Dissemination and Communication
Davide Baruzzi creates projects, studies interfaces, elaborates branding processes and deliberates over the identity of cultural organisations and geographical areas. Thanks to his quirky obsession for anything complicated, he’s often travelling around Europe giving talks on BAM! projects and teaching techniques in workshops and master-classes.
Title: Project Manager Assistant
Role in PERCEIVE: Dissemination and Communication Team Coordinator
Lucia Baruzzi gained her master in International Relations at the University of Bologna, after two mobility periods as visiting student at Copenhagen University and University of California, Berkeley. During her master she specializes in communications for nonprofit organizations, thanks to her internship for the international NGO Child Finance, based in Amsterdam. Now she works with BAM! as Project Manager Assistant and with the Italian NGO GVC as Communications and Fundraising assistant.
Latest journal contributions by BAM! Strategie Culturali
Our workshop with Emilia-Romagna Region: the challenges of communicating Cohesion Policy
What Local Managing Authorities and regional stakeholders had to say about our project findings in Emilia-Romagna Region? We had one of our first workshops to receive feedback from the practice. Read further to find out more!
The Road Trip Project’s stop in Bologna: reflecting on European Identity and History
How can we communicate European projects to citizens? How did The Road Trip Project stop in Bologna go? Read more to find out about our participation in the EU communication campaign that aims at showing how Europe invests in the territories.