The Artian is an Innovation and Creativity Training Company

We apply methods and practices from the art world and combine them with knowledge from the business and entrepreneurship worlds to help organizations create and foster a creative and innovative environment that “fuses” art, engineering, technology, and science.

Through seminars, research, community events, workshops and presentations, TheArtian exposes, promotes, and educates about the value of Art in business, fostering collaboration between creative fields and the business world.

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We offer keynotes presentations and talks, in which we invite our listeners to return to Renaissance thinking – combining art with engineering, science, and technology.

We advocate the connection between artistic talent and business entrepreneurship – two areas that fuel each other and provide endless opportunities for mutual learning. Want to Know More?

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“From the first moment, Nir takes you on a mind-blowing journey to the importance of art in the lives of established business figures and how it stimulated their creative thinking. The presentation was unconventional and one of the most unique I have ever attended. The articulated message transmitted is a must for every professional who wants to stay relevant in a rapidly changing and competitive business world. It completely changed my perspective.”

Assaf van Trienen, co-founder, Practix Innovative Workout

“Attending Nir’s workshop was an incredibly insightful experience for me. Using art is an absolutely brilliant way to teach people how to observe the world around them. Applying the ideas and principles that Nir preaches in his workshops could have a profound effect, not only on entrepreneurship but on business, science and virtually any field I can imagine.”

Jake Gorczyca

“The Artian brings an outstanding approach to the world of innovation training. Fresh and innovative by its own. Art, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship used to be connected, yet we separated them; through great examples, tips, and practical ideas The Artian shows us why and how to connect them again, more importantly, they teach us how we can take advantage on this unique intersection.”

Francisco Martínez Delgado, Director at Celera Accelerator

“The structure, visuals and Nir as presenter were amazing. Great catching story at the beginning, the references of the theory of business and art were just on point, the examples of how art and businesses are tied were very contemporary and the final key learnings were good facts to leave the session thinking on actions. Love it!”

MBA Student, IE Business School

“All human beings need both sides of the brain to live and to do great things: for that reason, entrepreneurs, scientists and business world in general need creativity to plan and create disruptive products, services and technologies. Thanks to this premise, Nir illustrates the link between art and business with great examples; he demonstrates deep knowledge of creativity and business opportunities showing his passion during his entire presentation.”

Alessandra Bartolomeo, IED, Istituto Europeo di Design

“Many of us like art. Some because it’s what they do. Others because it’s a business. Few managed to understand what art can do for businesses. Through iconic examples and personal experiences, The Artian invites us to reconnect with our artistic streak and put it to work. Especially now that we hear everything is changing but we don’t know where it’s going, I realised that businesses should learn from artists.”

Laurent Hardy, Oil and Gas Industry Professional

“It’s difficult to find someone who talks about art and entrepreneurship with a holistic outlook. Nir has a surprising and clarifying way to connect different cultural facts, indeed unknown by most of the professionals attending his speech. He made us discover and rethink the stirring connection between art and entrepreneurs.” 

Anna Vilanova, Head of The Professional Area, Fira Mediterrània de Manresa Conference

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