Synergy International is a company that works in the cultural and creative industry to nurture cultural values and foster human potential to bring about change. We believe that creativity is the engine of innovation. Our ideas, initiatives, brands, events, festivals and conferences are simply tools that aim to create sustainable social change. We have always aspired to be part of something bigger, to do something that makes a difference.
Synergy International is formed because we want to make ideas happen. In addition we passionately believe in the power of our differences, travel, long-naps, good food, great friends, long conversations, broadened horizons and a spirit of adventure.
everything we do affects everyone.
it starts with an idea, and then something good happens.
its not about what we can do, it’s about what we can change together irrespective of our differences.
to make and take decisions that will last longer than you will.
to move beyond ourselves and synergise the world.
everything means something.
true innovation and problem-solving happen when we start questioning everything.
Cultural Current is a series of conferences on Creative and Cultural Industry. These conferences seek to bring together governments, policy-makers, corporate and the public to create awareness about the coming shift to culture- and creative-based economy. Cultural Current is not just a place to get together to discuss ideas, but it also seeks to put those ideas into practice by engaging with policy-makers and governments to bring about sustainable urban development and progress though art and culture. However, the role of culture must go beyond economics. Culture is not focused on the price of things, but on their value. Cultural Current creates a platform to project a voice of reason and lead cities and urban spaces towards a cogent view of the good life beyond mass accumulation, through public-private partnerships on cultural initiatives.
CLAM festivals bring together the ﬁnest experiences in Culture Literature Arts and Music to inspire, entertain and challenge audiences of all ages and artistic tastes. CLAM aims to create a global platform for cultural and artistic engagement. The CLAM festivals are not just events, they are an exploration of global cultural ideas exploding with rich untapped talent and potential. CLAM is a global and yet quintessentially local without being rooted in a local. Inspired from global grassroots movements, CLAM promotes diversity and collaboration. By championing the best up-and-coming talents and celebrating the works of established artists, CLAM remains a cultural force to be reckoned with.
The Makers’ Hub is community collaboration and entrepreneurship done right. Makers’ Hub is a global collaborative work space where the collective action of its diverse participants accelerates ideas into realisation. Makers’ Hub, although a physical space, is rooted in the idea that a global network of connected creative communities can enable collaborative ventures and play a pivotal role in translating the local into global. Makers’ Hub is also a unique platform for establishing and reviving local craft and traditional art. Makers’ Hub is open to anyone interested in making, building, tearing-apart, and creating using human ingenuity and creativity. Makers’ Hubs are spread across the globe and are part innovation labs, part business incubators, part creative studios and part community centres. By design, all Makers’ Hubs have a very strong underpinning of local community values.
Be. is a 3D printing service and solutions company. Be. brings ideas to life. From prototyping to manufacturing tools to life and medical solutions, Be., and 3D printing, is poised to change the way the world, and you, are imagining products and solutions. With Be., there is no limit to what you can create. The possibilities are as endless as your imagination. As the futurists say, 3D printing signals the beginning of a third industrial revolution. Imagine being able to print anything you imagine. The huge production line assemblies will give away to the smaller but more adaptable 3D printing line. Now it is possible to send any blueprint of any product or idea to Be. and get it delivered right at your doorstep. Be. is committed to bring 3D printing services and solutions to designers, architects, engineers, doctors, students and artists. Be. is establishing a marketplace for bringing the very best 3D printing services to consumers in 5 countries. Be. has become an engine for innovation and creation that let’s our patrons to imagine, design, produce, iterate, and reproduce like never before. Simply put, Be. is poised to revolutionise the consumer market for 3D printing in India.
Wonder Triangle is a video production company specialising in creating engaging cultural videos, promotional, educational, fundraising, commercial videos and documentary. In a market over saturated with video makers, Wonder Triangle sets itself apart by producing videos that retain the cinematic edge while keeping the video’s intent and business objectives at the forefront.
Cultural and Creative Audit and Mapping of Cities is the ﬁrst step in planning development towards a “future city”. This is a foundational step in City Planning in that it identiﬁes and leverages a community’s cultural and creative resources, strengthens the management of those resourc- es, and integrates those cultural resources across all facets of government planning and decision-making. Cultural Audit and Mapping can be a useful tool for a range of constituencies. For policy-makers, it is a research tool that identiﬁes resources and can illustrate links and trends. Municipal decision-makers and other leaders can use it to inform decisions and better communicate with the public. Similarly, culture and tourism organisations and businesses beneﬁt from a broad set of cultural information that can help to plan and focus their efforts. Providing a publicly accessi- ble version of a Cultural Resource Database can create a “one-stop-shop” for citizens and visitors to discover and explore cultural resources in the community.
Many heritage sites are remote or under threat and access is restricted. The hazards facing heritage places are numerous: not only ﬁre, but the wear of time and limited conservation funding. Sites are also threatened by human conﬂict or activity, and broader natural disasters. Many heritage places cannot be expected to last into the coming centuries, but it is not impossible to give them a digital legacy.
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