This session will present important contributions of the project “Digital Curator Training & Tool Box" (DCBox), funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union that aspires to redefine the professional landscape of digital curators, cultivating a new generation of cultural heritage professionals equipped with recognised, cross-cutting and high-level digital skillsets.  The presentation of these results aims to better define the role of the 'digital curator,' empowering individuals with digital, marketing, and communication skills to engage a broader and more diverse audience, as well as a toolkit that equips digital curators with the skills and knowledge needed to effectively manage and promote digital cultural heritage. Secondly, it seeks to harness the positive effects of digital transformation in cultural heritage, mitigating the challenges imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic on museums and archaeological sites. Results of the project consortium, comprising of universities, museums, and IT enterprises, will demonstrate mutual learning, experience sharing, and active experimentation in the ongoing process of cultural heritage digitisation. The DCBox project has established a vibrant network of digital curators, fostering collaboration and knowledge exchange across the consortium and beyond.