A full cycle of seminars presented by Polish Dance Theatre

Polish Dance Theatre has finished a cycle of seminars for colleagues in the frame of EU project CLASH! When classic and contemporary dance collide and new forms emerge. Dancers of the Polish Dance Theatre went through a series of training including classical dance class combined with pilates technique, the lesson of national dance and improvisation meeting guidelines of Clash! Professional Empowerment Strategy. Curatorial department discussed the topic of audience development, communication, and management in cultural institutions.

External seminar on Dance Training by Derida Dance Center

Derida Dance Center is holding workshop and seminar on the topic: Clash! on dance practices as an opportunity for enriching the personal movement vocabulary.

Through several dance styles and movement practices, all participants will examine the opportunities to create new forms outside their comfort zone and known movement concepts. The experiment will lead to a new approach for enriching their dance vocabulary.

The seminar will conclude with a discussion between the participants who shall share more about their experience during the workshop and its results, and how they can implement in the future the learned material in their movement.


👉 Jivko Jeliazkov – Contemporary Dance
👉 Maria Gezenchova – Classical Ballet
👉 Emilia Zankina – Bulgarian Folk Dance
👉 Viktoriya Sirakova – Pilates


10:30 h – Classical Ballet
11:15 h – Pilates
12:30 h – Lunch break
13:00 h – Bulgarian Folk Dance
13:45 h – Contemporary Dance
15:00 h – Discussion
*The program is subject to change.

The event is open to dancers, actors, architects, musicians, visual artists and art enthusiasts!

The Clash! Project aims to explore the clash between the familiar and the different, the routine and the unusual, the classical and the contemporary. Six European organizations from Bulgaria, Italy, Portugal, Poland and the Czech Republic take part in the project. Following discussion panels, dance workshops and research workshops in all partners’ countries, an overall assessment will be prepared to help develop new strategies in training and training methods and to develop new audiences.

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Clash! Dance seminar for students of art schools

420PEOPLE (CZ) are organizing a dance seminar, composed of theoretical and practical part, for students of art schools takes place within the Clash! project. The seminar will be held on 22 October 2019 at 16:30 h in La Fabrika Theater in Prague and it will be led by Václav Kuneš and other 420PEOPLE dancers.

* Introduction / Why do we meet and what motivates us to do so?
* Practical part / Workshop led by Václav Kuneš and other 420PEOPLE dancers
* Discussion, evaluation and feedback
* Panther / 420people performance
* Discussion with the audience after the performance

Participants have to apply to attend the seminar by e-mail.

Clash! Seminar on contemporary dance training by Polish Dance Theatre

In Polish Dance Theatre, an external seminar devoted to contemporary dancer’s training took place. Participants of practical classes – 3 lessons of classical dance with elements of pilates, folk dances incorporated in Polish Dance Theatre’s spectacle „Wedding – Afterparty” and improvisation – enriched their pedagogical proficiency, worked on deepening body awareness, combining techniques, openness for various types of movement, prevention and creativity.

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Updates about CLASH! Project – results, aims and future steps

CLASH! Guidelines about dance training

You are aware of the challenges the dance world is facing due to the emergence of “new codes” of modern and contemporary dance but you do not know how to bring new pedagogical and creative approaches in dance and choreographic practices? You know that techniques should be used as a creative tool but you have never had the chance to make an experience where ballet work is contaminated by somatic practices, Martial Arts or Folk Dances? Or maybe you would like to involve the local community to make your activities sustainable and to develop the territory and its offer, but you have never heard about “Territorial marketing” and “Cultural diplomacy” as strategies for local development?

If this is your case, Clash! Project gives you the opportunity to tackle these challenges and to make the most out of it. Clash! partners have successfully run several laboratories in their countries with the aim of bringing light to must-have best practices a company should adopt if their goal is to boost success. Topics addressed and resulting best practices were collected in “CLASH! Guidelines”, which you can check out and free download on our official website:

Clash! Laboratories

Laboratories were held in each partner’s country – Prague, Sofia, Almada and Rome.

Topics addressed were:

  • Dancers’ training; to share new pedagogical and creative approaches in dance and choreographic practices;
  • Audience development, to understand how to allow general audience to have an accessible entrance into the knowledge that is dance;
  • Marketing and communication, to share how to enhance the territory and its offer.

Each laboratory was enriched thanks to the practical exchange and contamination of different styles and techniques from part of both experts and dancers. To give an idea:

  • Laboratory held in Rome (IT) on February 20th and February 21st 2019: During the lab, three practical workshops were realised: the first one directed by Roberta De Simone (Balletto di Roma), the second one by Jivko Jeliazkov (Art Link Foundation representing Derida Dance Center) and the last one run by Pawel Malicki (Polish Dance Theatre).
  • Laboratory on “Audience development” held in Prague (CZ), from April 2nd to April 4th 2019 that investigated the best practices within the partners. A movement workshop was run by Václav Kuneš (choreographer) and Václav Havelka (musician) for general public, showcasing the variety of audience development activities offered by 420PEOPLE.
  • Laboratory on “Dance Training” held in Almada (PT), from April 25th to April 27th 2019. A warm-up class to Companhia de Dança de Almada was given by Maria João Lopes, then a lecture-demonstration by Letizia Gioia Monda, a Contemporary Dance workshop for students of Ca.DA School  by Bruno Duarte and then other workshops by Francesca Magnini (Zena Rommet Floor Barre® technique), Katarzyna Rzetelska  (Pilates for dancers), Jivko Jeliazkov and Václav Kuneš (Contemporary Dance) for students and professionals.
  • A laboratory on “New management models when running contemporary dance” held in Sofia (BG), from May 13th to May 16th  2019. During the lab, also “FLAPSE”, a contemporary dance performance by the Derida Dance choreographer Jivko Jeliazkov,  was staged.

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Clash!Guidelines: identifying common needs and requirements/Sept 19

The idea of CLASH! project was born from the explicit will of 4 prestigious European dance companies (420 People, Balletto di Roma, Companhia de Danca De Almada, Derida Dance Centre for Art Link Foundation, Polish Dance Theatre) and Università La Sapienza di Roma, to investigate the deep meaning of “new codes” of dance (modern/contemporary) spreading in Europe in the last 10 years for the purpose of reflecting on how new teaching methods and artistic choices are affecting new production strategies. In fact, the profound changes occurred in the system of contemporary dance in the last 20 years can be considered a “revolution” that still affects the entire world of dance.  In this perspective, the following guidelines represent a tool that dance companies can adopt if they are aiming at differentiating their offer and developing contemporary dance training programs or productions.

These guidelines have been realized according to the lessons and the best practices learned during four laboratories held in partners’ countries with the purpose of identifying common needs and requirements of professionals, technicians, and dancers when it comes to embracing the contemporary dance philosophy. In each laboratory, different fundamental topics have been discussed:

  • Common language and definition
  • Audience development
  • Dancers’ Training
  • Marketing and Communication

You can download and read the full guidelines here:

Photo credit: Photo-corpus (Bulgaria)

CLASH! Seminar on Dance Festivals: The promotion of choreographers

As part of the European project “Clash! When classic and contemporary dance collide and new forms emerge” in which Companhia de Dança de Almada is involved, they are presenting today, 5th of October 2019, a seminar on the importance of festivals in promoting choreographic creation, paving the way for the confrontation between traditional perspectives and more contemporary attitudes in cultural programming.

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This seminar is aimed at dancers, choreographers, producers and anyone interested in the promotion of dance at regional, national and international levels and in exchanging ideas about policies and contexts for the performing arts.

The seminar will be moderated by Katia Mortari, PhD. with presentations by Ana Vitória Freire, PhD., Atanas Maev, Paula Varanda, PhD. and Ana Macara, PhD.

Presentations will be followed by de discussion with the audience.

International research: Communication and innovative skills for marketing upgrade
Atanas Maev |BG|
Atanas Maev, Derida Dance Center/Art Link Foundation (Bulgaria)

This presentation will inform you of the results discovered during the laboratories from the currently running two-years-long project CLASH! in which partners from Balleto di Roma (Italy), Companhia de Dança de Almada (Portugal), 420People (Czech Republic), Polish Dance Theatre (Poland) and Derida Dance Center (Bulgaria) exchanged practices concerning their models of work and the experience that they had throughout their active years.
Atanas Maev is Vice Chairman of Art Link Foundation and CEO of Derida Dance Center. He has studied Economics at Karlsruhe Technical University and Plovdiv University and, since 2002, actively works in the field of cultural management. Thanks to his commitment and efforts, Art Link Foundation and Derida Dance Center have been recognized as a reliable and resourceful partner by Bulgarian cultural institutions, sponsoring organizations, international cultural operators and platforms for contemporary performing arts. As a result, Derida Dance Center, represented by Art Link Foundation, has participated in numerous international projects and co-productions such as “Rivers of Europe”, “CLASH!”, “Bulgarian- Israeli co-production between Derida and MASH”, ‘Global practice sharing (GPS) with Movement research NYC” and many others. Additionally, with the help of Derida Dance Centre, he has supported many independent dance and theatre Bulgarian productions and foreign artists in a residency program.
Atanas teaches arts management and leads coaching and internship programs. Between 2016-2018 he was a member of the board of directors of the European platform for contemporary dance “Aerowaves – Dance Across Europe” and in 2018 was a producer of the 7th edition of one of most essential festivals for emerging artists “Spring Forward” by Aerowaves platform and presented TOP20 emerging European choreographer selected by 40 jury members from 35 countries. Recently, Atanas and the Derida team inaugurated the first and only independent stage for dance in Bulgaria – “Stage Derida” in the heart of the city centre of Sofia.

Contemporary Dance under the lens of the Clash! project
Ana Macara |PT|
Ana Macara, Companhia de Dança de Almada  (Portugal)

The clashing issue between tradition and innovation is an old story in the history of dance. In the last decades, the tendency to a fusion between styles seems to have developed and we seem to have the presence of many different dance genres present in the contemporary scene. This makes it difficult to define what is contemporary dance and what we expect from the contemporary dancer and brings challenges to the artistic direction and management of dance companies. These are the topic of research in “CLASH! When classic and contemporary dance collide and new forms emerge” European Project involving companies from Italy, Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria, and Portugal. We will present results from the first year of research developed in several laboratories held in the context of this project.
Ana Macara is a researcher at the FMH Centre of the Institute of Ethnomusicology – Centre for Studies in Music and Dance (INET-md). Associate Professor with Aggregation, retired from the Faculty of Human Motricity of the University of Lisbon where, between 1983 and 2015, she taught in the area of Dance.
PhD in Dance, from FMH-UL (1994) and Master in Dance from UNC-Greensboro (1988), postdoctoral at this same US university.
Author of several publications on dance teaching, choreography, and the experience of the dancer.
A former dancer and choreographer, she has directed and worked for different dance companies, choreographed for television shows and multi-media shows.
Since 1992, co-responsible for the “Quinzena de Dança de Almada – International Dance Festival”, of which she is currently Artistic Co-Director.

Dance Festivals in Brazil: Diversity and Pluralism
Ana Vitoria |BR|
Ana Vitorio (Brazil)

Her country, Brazil, is very rich in culture. Specifically, music and dance have favorable spaces for the presentation of innumerable Brazilian talents. Only in terms of folklore they already have a huge wealth of manifestations! However, she will point out in this meeting some relevant dance festivals when we think of the dances considered as academic and their contributions to their followers and professionals, their undeniable diversity and pluralism in a country with a geographical extension of a continent.
Ana Vitória is PhD in Arts by UNIRIO (Federal University of the State of Rio de Janeiro). Choreographer, Ballerina, Visual Artist and Coordinator of the Postgraduate Course in Body Preparation for the Performing Arts of FAV (Angel Vianna College – Rio de Janeiro). Researcher in Inet-MD – FMH-UL (postdoctoral) and Sens-Lab (Canada / Brazil).

Dancing in pairs, twists and turns of innovation and tradition
Paula Varanda |PT|

In this seminar,she will talk about some festivals in Portugal that gave rise to works where contemporary professional practice meets the universe of social and traditional dance practices in communities. Works such as O Baile, by Aldara Bizarro (produced by Serralves em Festa), Fica no Singelo by Clara Andermatt (produced by Andanças) and the project A Viagem de Filipa Francisco (at the festival Diversos Diversos), are examples of model practices that combine the innovation and tradition allowing renewing languages ​​in the former and re-contextualizing the latter. These festivals have a keen sense of audience development and their programmers value contemporary dance as a means of reflecting our cultural identities.
Paula Varanda holds a doctorate in artistic studies and humanities from Middlesex University in London and has a degree from Escola Superior de Dança in Lisbon. She has coordinated several artistic projects, taught in various institutions and has published work, namely in the field of dance and education and dance and new technologies, highlighting the collaboration with Público (weekly newspaper) as a critic and the book Dançar é Crescer – Aldara Bizarro e Projeto Respira (Caleidoscópio 2012). Until December 2015 she was the artistic director of the Dansul project – dance for the community in southeastern Alentejo – in partnership with four municipalities. She was the Director-General of Arts at the Ministry of Culture (2016-2018). Since 2019 she is an integrated researcher at the Institute of Art History at the New University of Lisbon (IHA_FCSH / UNL).


Katia Mortari, PhD in Dance from Faculdade de Motricidade Humana – University of Lisbon, she was for many years a professor at the State University of Londrina CEF/EMH in Brazil, where she has always taught in the area of ​​dance. Researcher at the Human Motricity Studies and Research Group, author of several publications on dance and human motricity.

CLASH! Seminar on professional empowerment by 420people
On the 4th of October 2019 in Prague, Czech Republic, 420people are holding an internal seminar on professional empowerment “Strategy for audience development “. During the seminar, the internal staff will follow the proposed structure and answer questions regarding the description of company`s audience, future plans to build a relationship with the audience and discuss organization of the audience research.   It is important to set the goals for upcoming audience development activities and gather ideas from all co-workers, get creative and brainstorm.
The internal seminar will take place at DRN, Narodni street, Prague 1 from 9am till 12am. The seminar won`t be open to the public. The internal staff will participate in all activities – attendance confirmed by Václav Kuneš (Artistic director), Marta Lajnerová (managing director), Aneta Jochimová (PR and marketing manager, production manager) and Sylva Šafková (artistic director assistant and international relations coordinator). The seminar will be facilitated by Petra Kašparová (an external consultant on audience development, former 420PEOPLE production manager).   
CLASH! Seminar dedicated to the training of a modern dancer

POLISH DANCE THEATRE is announcing CLASH! Seminar dedicated to the training of a modern dancer.

On September 22nd, 2019, a seminar on the training of a modern dancer will take place at the headquarters of the Polish Dance Theater (Kozia 4 Street). The meeting takes place as part of the “CLASH! When classic and contemporary dance collide and new forms emerge” project co-financed by the EU from CREATIVE EUROPE program.

The seminar program includes a classical dance lesson with elements of Pilates, the class of polish national dances from the Polish Dance Theater performance “Wedding. Afterparty”, improvisation workshop, as well as a discussion on “How to improve the training of a modern dancer so that he is prepared to work with various choreographers?”


10.30 / welcoming and introduction to the seminar

11.00-12.45 / influence of somatic practices on ballet and building body awareness on the example of Pilates in combination with classical dance / leader: Katarzyna Rzetelska

13.00-14.45 / folk dance in contemporary dance on the example of the repertoire of the Polish Dance Theater. Learning fragments of national dances from Marcin Liber’s spectacle “The Wedding. Poprawiny ”/ leader: Adrian Radwański

15.00-16.00 / break and refreshments

16.00-17.45 / building trust in the group and a sense of collectivity through improvisation / leader: Michał Przybyła

17.45 / seminar`s summary and discussion on “How to improve the training of a modern dancer so that he has the ease of working with various choreographers, that is, he is versatile?”

18.30 / end of the meeting


Katarzyna Rzetelska – a graduate of the Łódź Ballet School. After graduating, she worked at the Musical Theater in Łódź, then she signed a contract in Japan where she danced in the style of modern jazz and broadway jazz. Upon her comeback, she danced on the stages of Western Europe in a musical repertoire. She perfected her executive and pedagogical skills during internships and workshops in contemporary dance and modern jazz techniques. In 2005, she became a permanent member of the Polish Dance Theater. She was in the group of dancers collaborating with William Petit in the “Trans Danse Europe” project.

Adrian Radwański – a graduate of OSB in Poznań, as well as a student of Ballet Pedagogy at the FCUM in Warsaw; two-time finalist of the Ballet Competition in Gdańsk, winner of the special prize “Scenic personality” awarded by Ewa Wycichowska; a finalist of national eliminations to Eurovision for Young Dancers in 2013; a laureate of the special “+ – award” in the choreography competition “Szoloduo Budapest 2013” (along with Joanna Polowczyk). From June 2014 to November 2016, he was a full-time member of the Polish Dance Theater. In December 2016, he started working as a soloist at the Staatstheater Braunschweig Tanztheater, where he appeared in two premieres: “Dein herz ist meine heimat” and “Nice to meet you?”. Since August 2017, he has again been associated with the Polish Dance Theater.

Michał Przybyła – a graduate of the Academy of Humanities and Economics in Łódź in the field of dance, majoring as a dancer-choreographer. He was a soloist at the Częstochowa Dance Theater, a dancer at the V6 Theater in Łódź, a choreographer of the Urban Movement group in Łódź. A qualified jazz dance instructor, a graduate of the “Dance Journey” program in Israel, a trainee at Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company in Israel, a participant in the 7th edition and a finalist of the 8th edition of the “You Can Dance” TV program. He learned from many teachers and choreographers from all over Poland and around the world. The group of his mentors included: Thierry Verger, Luciano Di Natale, Julia Spiesser, Lukas McFarlane, NappyTabs, Diana Matos, Matthew Tseng.

The seminar is part of the “CLASH! When classic and contemporary dance collide and new forms emerge” projekt co-financed by the EU from CREATIVE EUROPE program (Grant Agreement No 2018-2032 / 001-001).

The seminar is aimed at adults, dance teachers, and dance group instructors.

The condition of participation is sending the application together with a CV or a short biographical note to the e-mail address: Please, indicate in the application your dance education and / or professional experience. Deadline for applications: 19.09.2019.

The number of places is limited.

Participation in the seminar is free.

The theater does not cover travel or accommodation.


Sofia (BG) – May 13th/16th 2019

Document produced by:

Balletto di Roma and Art Link Foundation

Date: 12/05/2019




  • To reflect about the laboratories held, sharing lessons learnt and methodologies to be inserted in the guidelines;
  • To agree on the main guidelines features: aims, targets, contents and format
  • To agree on the main training strategy: objectives, target groups, contents, timing and evidences
  • To agree on main training seminars features: target, call for selection, contents, training materials, timing, evaluation and final methodology assessment
  • To deeper discuss Festival expectations, and agree on overall timing and content
  • To assess the first financial report and find a common agreement on relevant themes as GDPR and privacy rules, project evaluation system
  • Best practices in management models when running contemporary dance
  • How to create a good working business model in arts – theory and practice;
  • New approach toward diplomacy in arts’ management
  • How social activities interact with art management to create more engagement

Art Link Foundation and Balletto di Roma will act as moderator and facilitator of the meeting, with the support of partners responsible for each WP.

The following documents will be produced:

  • minutes of the meeting with annexes and pictures
  • attendance list

Role of all partners during the MEETING

Partners participating the meeting are required to:

  • Carefully read the official documents related to Laboratories, Guidelines, Training strategies and Training seminars (pages 4/7 of the project description); this will help us all to be on the same page.
  • Provide their feedback about the laboratories already run:
    • Transition from classic/neo-classic to contemporary dance models: definition and classification of the dance categories
    • Training techniques: how to mainstream contemporary dance models in the training phase
    • Audience development: how to get our traditional audience to follow our contemporary dance performances

Feedbacks provided will be useful to define shared practices and methods to be inserted in the project guidelines

  • Provide their inputs about the design of the guidelines and of the training strategies
  • Provide their inputs about the design and running of the training seminars in each Country
  • Create short presentation about management models in each Partner company and sharing of best practices

Beside this, the following partners are required to facilitate the discussion on the WP or task they are responsible of, with the help of a presentation on PPT or similar format:

Art Link Foundation

  • WP communication: state of the art, how to boost communication, how to collect evidences and feedbacks

Balletto di Roma

  • CLASH! Festival: expectations, schedule and countdown, main content
  • Management session

La Sapienza University

  • CLASH! Training strategy: objectives, target groups, contents, timing and evidences
  • CLASH! Training seminars open to stakeholders: target, call for selection, contents, training materials, timing, evaluation and final methodology assessment

Companhia de Danca de Almada

  • CLASH! Laboratories: feedbacks and lesson learnt, towards the definition of the guidelines
  • CLASH! Guidelines: aims, targets, contents and format


Date: May 13th

Place: 1, Paris Str. Sofia

Morning Partners’ arrival at COOP Hotel Sofia – 30, Iskur str., Sofia
14:45 Pick-up from hotel lobby – optional
15.00 II STEERING COMMITTEE MEETING SESSION / welcome and agenda explanation (Art Link Foundation)
15.00 – 17.00 CLASH! Laboratories: feedbacks and lesson learnt, towards the definition of the guidelines Open session amongst partners, moderated by Compania de Danca de Almada and La Sapienza
17.00 – 19.00 CLASH! Guidelines: aims, targets, contents and format Open session amongst partners, moderated by Compania de Danca de Almada and La Sapienza
19.00 – 19.30 First day conclusions
20.00 Networking dinner – place TBC

Date: May 14th

Place: 1, Paris Str. Sofia

10.00 – 11.15 CLASH! Training strategy: objectives, target groups, contents, timing and evidences Presentation by La Sapienza and open session amongst partners
11.15 – 12.00 CLASH! Training seminars open to stakeholders: target, call for selection, contents, training materials, timing, evaluation and final methodology assessment Presentation by La Sapienza and open discussion amongst partners
12.00 – 13.00 CLASH! Festival: expectations, schedule and countdown, main contents Presentation by Balletto di Roma and open discussion amongst partners
13.00 – 14:00 Networking lunch

IV LABORATORY: new management and timing models to be addressed when running contemporary dance

14:00 IV LABORATORY: new management and timing models to be addressed when running contemporary dance / meeting start
14:00 – 14:15 Introduction to IV Laboratory – welcome note and agenda presentation by Atanas Maev, CEO of Derida Dance Center
14:15 – 15:00 Presentation of the marketing model of Derida Dance Center by  Atanas Maev, CEO of Derida Dance Center
15:00 – 15:15 Coffee break
15:15 – 17:00 Introduction and application of Business Model Canvas. Cultural business models by Hristo Hristozov, Cultural & Business consultant / Former Program Director of Cinema House Sofia
17:00 – 17:30 Round table discussion
18:00 – 20:00 Optional: Free Sofia tour
20:00 Networking dinner

Date: May 15th

Place: 1, Paris Str. Sofia

10.00 IV LABORATORY: new management and timing models to be addressed when running contemporary dance / meeting start
10:00 – 10:15 Introduction to day 2 by Atanas Maev, CEO of Derida Dance Center
10:15 – 11:00 New approach to cultural diplomacy  – presentation by Atanas Maev, CEO of Derida Dance Center
11:00 – 11:15 Coffee break
11:15 – 12:15 Presentation by marketing models of partners: Corrado Russo, Balletto di RomaAna Macara, Companhia de Danca de Almada
12:15 – 13:30 Lunch break
13:30 – 15:00 Presentation by marketing models of partners: Petra Kasparova, 420peopleEwelina Chatlas, Polish Dance TheatreLuca Ruzza, Sapienza University of Rome
15:00 – 15:15 Coffee break
15:15 – 16:00 Social marketing, examples by Milena Videnova, Derida Dance Center
16:00 – 17:30 Round table: “How to promote CLASH! Festival and Tournee”
17:30 – 19:30 Free time
19:30 FLAPSE- contemporary dance performance by Derida Company at Derida Stage, 32, Tsar Samuil str.

Agenda – II Steering committee MEETING

Date: May 16th

Place: 1, Paris Str. Sofia

10.00 – 11.30 WP4 – Management session (Balletto di Roma): Ist financial reporting: state of the art and Q&A sessionStaff, activities and budget assessmentProject evaluation and assessment: tools and actions to be takenPrivacy and GDPR requirements
11.30 – 12.30 WP5 – Communication (Art Link Foundation) State of the art on the main tools foreseen: website and social networks, newsletters, national events communication)How to boost communicationHow to collect and share deliverables and evidences
12.30 – 13.00 Conclusions and forthcoming steps
13.00 Partners’ departure. Please keep in mind that check out should be done in the morning!