Cultural and Creative Industries in Europe:
Maximising the Contribution of Culture towards Social and Economic Development.
Culture represents an extensive economic asset and a valuable source of creativity and innovation. According to the European Parliament’s report on EU policy for cultural and creative industries (June 2016), Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) have become high-capacity engines for economic growth, representing 11.2% of all private enterprises and 7.5% of all employed persons. Beyond their significant economic contribution, CCIs have built a bridge between arts, culture, business and technology.
This timely symposium will provide an opportunity to discuss ways to drive the development of cultural and creative industries in the EU and examine how cross-sector and cross-border collaborations can lead to a stronger and more competitive cultural sector. In addition to their economic value, this symposium will also explore the potential of cultural and creative industries to foster an inclusive European identity and support social cohesion.
What will you get?
- Develop methods to further promote and safeguard cultural and creative industries at European level
- Explore means of unlocking the economic potential of cultural and creative industries
- Consider ways to boost innovation and develop synergies between education and culture
- Discuss the innovative aspects and social contribution of digitalized cultural heritage
- Share best practice in improving data collection on CCIs
- Scrutinise approaches to empowering local and regional economies
- Examine current funding opportunities for the CCI sector
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