Bozar selects Emakina for its new website project
Bozar, the Brussels Centre for Fine Arts, has appointed Emakina as its partner for the creation of its new website. Emakina won a public tender of several competitors, based on its strategic and cultural insights, technical expertise and agile methodology.
Bozar will team up with digital and marketing agency Emakina for an important new project: the construction of its brand-new future-proof website. After a public tender with several agencies, Bozar selected Emakina, for its insights in the cultural sector and its tailored answers to the specific strategic and technical challenges the cultural organisation faces.
The website project will be managed in an agile collaboration. The united Bozar-Emakina team will focus on the fluent online content management of the institution, and the integration of performant event management and ticketing solutions (the latter together with SRO ticketing expert TicketTrigger). Bozar and Emakina will also work on improving online user interactions with visitors, members, partners, guides and groups.
The project is of strategic importance for the institution. It aims to strengthen Bozar’s role in Belgian and international cultural life, built on a rich history started in 1928.
As a leading cultural institution with international fame, Bozar interacts with many stakeholders and manages hundreds of events each year. These include concerts and shows, cinema screenings, literature, architecture and other performances and experiences. It also is the place to be in Brussels for important exhibitions and hosted events, and also opens up its remarkable venue – designed by Horta – for B2B events.
“We are very excited about this important new web building project,” said Tim Wolfs, MD of Emakina.BE.
“It is an honour to serve this amazing centre for the arts, and work together as one agile team. We look forward to creating strong new user experiences together, that serve Bozar’s broad audience, strengthen the relationship with them, and confirm this institution in its rightful place as a leading cultural temple in Europe’s capital.”