In Sentinel we make possible for 10 years, that your toys are built in Catalonia, under the highest standards of quality (we ensure compliance with European toy regulation EN71). We offer you a comprehensive service: we manage from the initial mock ups, to the final expedition.
Jobs done so far: plastic injection toys, arts&crafts, board games, wooden games, puzzles and making of costumes.
More information: www.sentinelcat.com
Petit Style is a family magazine aimed at young couples, with children between 0 and 16 anys d’edat. We publish information related to fashion, trends, travel, plans, DIY for current families and a careful selection of children’s fashion editorials. Petit Style combines online and paper issues. We launch two editions a year, January and Juny, with 20,000 exemplars of circulation and 4 magazines more are available on the web, with more than 300,000 visits in each number, which is shown in the months of March, May, September and November. In addition to the children’s fashion magazine, we also edit també a publication specialized in family travels PETIT TRAVELER, only available in online edition. Finally, one of our great goals facing the final public is the catwalk we offer twice a year, Petit Style Walking. In this parade we show trends, collections of the season for the children and teenagers of the house in four diferents cities: Barcelona, Madrid, València and Sevilla.
El Culturista is the leading Barcelona cultural agenda for families. Launched four years ago, it has attracted a large and segmented audience, in terms of both quantity and quality. Broadly speaking, this audience consists of urban families with small children and consumer interests and habits related to culture, education, entertainment, and anything else having to do with a healthy, modern lifestyle
El Culturista is a bimonthly magazine, with a print run of 10,000 copies per issue. These copies are distributed for free at more than 200 specialized points around the city. The magazine is targeted at families with children ages 0 to 12 and reports on a wide range of cultural and educational events and offerings that stand out for their quality and uniqueness: from reviews of books, albums, DVDs, and so on to cultural activities to do with kids (plays, museums, exhibits, concerts, etc.). It also includes a section on the latest trends, interviews, tour and venue recommendations, and ideas for arts and crafts.
El Culturista also has a digital edition. The website is updated daily and offers extensive listings, featuring all the outstanding quality activities, workshops, and shows the city has to offer. The digital edition currently has an audience of some 10,000 unique users.
Building on our detailed knowledge of the ecosystem of quality culture and entertainment for children and families, in 2018, we also launched a line of cultural services. As part of this line, we plan and hold events for third parties. For example, this year, for the third year in a row, we will be organizing the NanoArts Festival at the CaixaForum facilities in Tarragona, Lleida, and Girona for Obra Social La Caixa. This family-friendly art festival is a day to create, experiment, watch, and play, with workshops and performances intended to nurture the curiosity of young and old alike through interactions with art in order to achieve a more open and multifaceted vision of the world.
We also host our own events, such as the Petit Festivalet Culturista, for which we plan and organize two days of workshops for the whole family designed to spark children’s curiosity and creativity working with partners such as the Palau de la Música and L’Auditori concert halls, the Liceu opera house, the TNC (Catalan National Theatre), CaixaForum, B the Travel Brand, Ametller Origen, and Mútua General de Catalunya. This year’s edition, held at the Museu del Disseny (Design Museum), was a success, drawing more than 5,000 people over the two days, including 840 children who participated in the workshops for kids. We are already hard at work on the third edition, which will also be held at the Museu del Disseny.
As a parallel project, in 2018, we also launched Passaport Cultural (Cultural Passport), an illustrated activity book for young culture enthusiasts to record their experiences in all cultural disciplines: from circus to dance, theatre, music, film, painting, sculpture, literature, etc. To date, the main institutions in Barcelona and Catalonia at large are already participating with a variety of activities and proposals.
Finally, we also offer cultural services for institutions and companies, ranging from analyzing their cultural and educational offer for children and families to custom creating content and activities for their programming.
The Tourist Board of the Tarragona Provincial Council is an autonomous body that manages and projects the image of the Costa Daurada and Terres de l’Ebre tourist destinations. The Board provides support for the marketing of the two brands with the aim of contributing to the structuring and qualification of the tourist offer, as well as favouring the development of the tourism industry in collaboration with public and private agents in the territory.
The PECT TurisTIC en família is a research and innovation project for the generation of initiatives and the creation of new trends in the field of family tourism in Costa Daurada and Terres de l’Ebre. Innovation, data management and the use of technologies are the main tools with which the PECT teams work. The Tarragona Provincial Council, through the Tourist Board, develops three of the operations envisaged in the TurisTIC en família project. These are: Cultural heritage, Smart beach and Vineyard with the family, focused respectively on the generation of services and innovative tourist experiences within the family environment taking advantage of the resources offered by the heritage, the beach and the wine territories of the regions of Tarragona. This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) of the European Union.
El Nan is a construction game made of natural wood to explore creativity, imagination and dexterity. It is a set of quality wooden pieces cut in an original way that offers the possibility to build real models of catalan human castles. The game recreates the Castells as the Castellers make in them in the streets and, besides, it allows to make incredible constructions with hugs that fit.
UPF Ventures is an innovation management company, run by Pompeu Fabra University, that has as one of its main goals to connect the research groups from the university with the business, industrial, governmental sectors… in order to share knowledge and to generate, all together, a value chain that can have a socioeconomic return. Nowadays, we are working on projects focused on three areas: Life Sciences, ITC and Social Sciences and Humanities.
From UPF Ventures and together with KID’S CLUSTER, we would like to get closer to the infant and education world so, we can contribute, in conjunction with all the actors, to an improvement of the Catalan society.
The Bosch i Gimpera Foundation (FBG) is the technology transfer and innovation unit of the University of Barcelona. The FBG is responsible for transferring the results of the research carried out at the UB to society through the creation of spin-offs, patent licensing, and contracts with companies and institutions, thus contributing to the competitiveness of the business framework and the improvement of social welfare. By November 30, the collaboration between the UB and the different socio-economic agents enabled the development of 681 projects and contracts for € 23.6 million. During the period 2016 – 2018, 38 technologies have been licensed and 7 spin-offs created.
The Modern Kids & Family (TMKF) is the first and leading Spanish marketing and communication agency aimed at kids, teens, and families, and is also founding member of the International Kids Marketing Agencies Association and the International Family Agency with offices in London, Paris, Lisbon, Stuttgart, and Milan.
Offers marketing, digital, advertising, design, PR, and communication strategies and solutions for brands and entities who want to engage with young customers, families, and adolescents.
The TMKF Group counts also with KIDSXPERIENCE, an agency specialized in the creation and implementation of experiences aimed at kids, tweens, and teens. In the academic field, they also rely on the Universidad Complutense Chair of Communication and Marketing aimed at kids and teens, and the Kids’ Consumption Observatory of the University Pompeu Fabra, both specialized in investigation and research.
For further information: www.themodernkids.com
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