79 participants from 12 countries (USA, Scotland, Slovenia, Germany, Austria, Czechia, Hungary, Romania, Bosnia and Hercegovina, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria) worked together in the ArcheoDanube conference. The half day conference targeted the exchange of knowledge about the three pillars of the ArcheoDanube project: archaeology, city development and tourism.
We are extremely happy because it seems that we succeeded to provide real added value to our guests. Furthermore, they say: comparing to other online events, ArcheoDanube conference was much better, since 61% of the respondents gave the highest possible rate (5), 25% gave 4. and 14% thought that the conference was average.
Most of the people found the presentations about all of the three pillars really useful and interesting. 90% of the participants find the archaeology pillar rather useful. In case of the city development pillar this number is 88%, while 75% of the participants regarded the presentations belonging to the tourism pillar rather useful and interesting.
All in all, participants who attended to the conference expressed that they really enjoyed the conference which was a great opportunity for all of us to learn from each other.