All cultural managers, who would like to improve their business, overcome obstacles and establish better communication with the audience by using the software solution, can submit their ideas to the call within the ‘Programmers for Novi Sad Citizens’ project. The call will be opened until 12 July. You can apply here.
How to simplify internal communication within association, organisation or institution you work for, or to have a digital calendar that will track your activities, as well as to make the content more accessible – these are some of the ideas you can submit within the ‘Programmers for Novi Sad Citizens’, socially responsible project of the Vega IT company.
Even those who don’t have any idea about how to solve a software problem, can contact the Vega IT team, who will try to find the best solution.
All socially responsible individuals, groups and organisations, whose ideas can contribute to the community development, can apply their projects.
Within the ‘Future of Europe’ programme platform in late May, the ‘Novi Sad 2021’ Foundation and Vega IT company implemented the ‘Digital Tools in Culture’ workshop, within which the ‘Programmers for Novi Sad Citizens’ project was presented to cultural mangers.
‘We had situations in which some organisations or institutions didn’t even have a website, which is necessary nowadays, so we successfully implemented it. We made a mobile application for the ‘Fruškać’ Association, since they realised that their target group usually communicates that way. The ideas can vary and you don’t even have to know how to implement them. The only thing you have to do is tell what your needs are and we will make it a reality. This is the aim of the ‘Programmers for Novi Sad Citizens’ project, which is divided into three phases’, said Maja Božić from the Vega IT company, during the workshop.
The ‘Programmers for Novi Sad Citizens’ project is launched for the third time, with the aim to encourage ideas that will improve the life of the citizens of Novi Sad. It consists of three phases. The first one is a call, the second is voting for the best ideas, in which all citizens can participate, and the third one is the unique Hakaton event – 48 hours of programming, which takes place in September, when best ideas will be implemented.