We deal with organisation and promotion of large-scale cultural events with local, national and international scope. These include prestigious and critically acclaimed music events – from the Misteria Paschalia Festival, which highlights the atmosphere of Holy Week, through the experimental concerts of the Sacrum Profanum Festival, the sophisticated and avant-garde Opera Rara Festival, to the spectacular Krakow Film Music Festival, which is believed to be the most important festival devoted to screen music in the world. We run the strategic Krakow – UNESCO City of Literature programme and organise the Conrad Festival dedicated to prose, as well as the Miłosz Festival presenting contemporary poetry. We publish the Karnet monthly, which offers the residents of Krakow all information about the most interesting cultural events in the city. We manage the ICE Kraków Congress Centre, which has been recognised among the best congress centres in New Europe as many as five times – including two awards for the best congress centre. Our structures also include the Krakow Film Commission, whose mission is to support film productions in Krakow and the entire Małopolska region. We also work for culture and business in the area of tourism – we operate a network of nine points of the InfoKraków city information network, and we are the publisher and administrator of the Kraków Travel portal. We do not forget about the youngest residents of the city – the Kids in Kraków portal is a platform gathering information about the best initiatives for children, we also focus on people with special needs – we publish the Kraków for All profile, addressed to them and their guardians. We are also promoting a number of cultural projects as the Mastercard OFF Camera International Independent Cinema Festival and the Krakow Live Festival. Our activities also include showcasing theatrical performances – we have been supporting the Divine Comedy Festival for many years now, and the visual arts community also enjoys our ongoing support, which entails the organisation of the Krakow Art Salon. We are also responsible for performances and events attended by thousands of people, including such as Wianki – Celebration of Music and St John’s Fair, as well as more niche and smaller scale events such as Krakow Picnics, outdoor cinemas or Krakow Book Fair.