- Teams of students from the Elisava University School put forward new ideas for promoting and preserving intercultural and emblematic commerce in response to two challenges posed by Barcelona City Council’s Department of Commerce. Brand-identity creation and redesign, experiences with customers and activities in shops. The European project “Decoding European Creative Skills” has enabled institutions to work together through student participation.
Two teams, each with five students and a tutor from the , worked together for five days against the clock to come up with an idea, including a communication strategy, for responding to two challenges set by Barcelona City…
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