Creative Estonia is a CCI Cluster and development center, which promotes and develops creative industries and creative businesses in Estonia.
Creative Estonia was established in 2009 and its main activities are to:
- Present the content, unique characteristics plus economic, social and regional value of creative industries.
- Create a discussion-platform for the creative industry problems and solutions at the highest level.
- Support both startups and already established companies in the creative industries sector with much-needed information and advice.
- Develop and promote a positive image for CCI companies.
- Support the development of business skills in the CCI sector.
- Support the increase in the export abilities of creative businesses.
- Build both national and international networks and operate as a CCI cluster.
Our vision is ESTONIAN CREATIVITY TO THE WORLD.
Creative Estonia takes actively part in several international projects.
Creative Estonia conducts its work with advice from a think tank that includes leaders from creative industries support structures and development centres from the various creative associations. All work is carried out by Creative Estonia along with representatives of the target groups and partners.
|Eesti Disainikeskus||Tallinna Ettevõtlusinkubaator|
|Tartu Loomemajanduskeskus||Estonian Art Academy|
|Norden – Põhjamaade Ministrite Nõukogu esindus Eestis||British Council|
|Chernozem , CCI in Ukraine.||Estonian Theatre Agency|
|Creative Caucasus||Estonian Architecture Centre|
|Culture Cauldron Creative Park|
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