|Title||D7.3 Public-Private Partnership Guidelines for CH|
|Creator||Valentina Bachi, Antonella Fresa, Claudio Prandoni, Tania Masi, Elisa Debernardi (PROMOTER)|
This deliverable presents the outcomes of the RICHES task on PPP, Public-Private Partnership, based on a mixture of desk research, analysis of case studies and feedback from the partners. The deliverable introduces PPP and identifies working models and the actors involved, as well as the respective benefits and challenges of such a partnership. The document considers PPP for cultural heritage, identifying the main fields of implementation, and explaining why EU projects should not only be considered examples of PPP, but also used as a “training ground” to develop collaborations across different sectors and disciplines. Several successful case studies of PPP for cultural heritage are also reported and analysed as best practice, as having not only succeeded and achieved their target objectives, but also overcome issues. Finally, the RICHES PPP task reflects on lesson learnt, recommendations and results from the RICHES questionnaires.
|Format||PDF, 1.75 Mb|
|Rights Management||Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) Creative Commons|