Hub-In: Transforming Belfast’s Maritime Mile through innovation.

Future Tuesdays with Future Screens NI - The Hub-in project

Future Screens NI

Hub-In: Transforming Belfast’s Maritime Mile through innovation.

Don’t miss Future Screens NI Future Tuesdays on the 16th of November 2021 at 12 noon, which will highlight the innovative works of Hub-In.

The ‘Hub-In’ project is an exciting collaboration between Belfast City Council and the Maritime Belfast Trust to transform, through innovation, Belfast’s Maritime Mile in the city’s Titanic Quarter and to showcase how we’re applying innovation to Belfast’s tourism and culture industries to benefit local communities and the wider economy.

Hosted by: Andrea Thornbury (Belfast City Council Project Manager) and Kerrie Sweeney (CEO of Belfast Maritime Trust)

The event will also feature Michael McGlade from Yellow Design.

Andrea Thornbury is the Project Manager for Belfast City Council. Andrea was the Research Officer for Northern Ireland Council for Voluntary Action (NIVCA) for 13 years and Project Coordinator for the Open Data Institute (ODI) Belfast Team for 3 years.

Kerrie Sweeney is CEO of Belfast Maritime Trust with over twenty years’ experience of working in the tourism sector. Kerrie’s experience includes ten years between Belfast City Council and the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, where she was a member of the team that put together the plans for the Titanic Signature Project.

Michael McGlade is Founder & Creative Director of Yellow Design. Michael has over 25 years’ experience in the field of branding and digital video. Yellow Design is a Belfast-based design company with expertise in branding, print exhibition design, digital and Expanded Reality technology including the Titanic—Back in Belfast AR experience.

In person and online tickets are available for this event:

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