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23 JANUARY 2014

Relaunching Europe: Thessaloniki

Relaunching Europe: Thessaloniki

On 23 January 2014, Relaunching Europe was based in Thessaloniki to discuss the best ways to get Greece out of the crisis and launch the country on the path to more jobs, growth and progress for all. Our own ECIAP member Johanna van Antwerpen represented ECIA and gave a presentation on the role of the creative industries in this matter.
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10 DECEMBER 2013

Report: PLP Meeting in Milan

Report: PLP Meeting in Milan

The European Creative Industries Alliance Policy Learning Platform (ECIAP) held a two-day meeting in Milan on the 7th and 8th of November 2013. The main topics of the agenda: innovation vouchers, internationalisation and demand driven innovation. Below you'll find the report on the event, written by Myriam Camarero.
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25 SEPTEMBER 2013

Five Easy Steps to Communicate ECIA and Yourself Online

Five Easy Steps to Communicate ECIA and Yourself Online

Rasmus Wiinstedt Tscherning, chairman of the ECIA Policy Learning Platform, explains in five easy steps how to effectively promote ECIA online. Help us to create more likes, shares and friends and to disseminate our knowledge on better policies and business support for creative industries in Europe!
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20 SEPTEMBER 2013

Call for Tender for a ‘Creative Agency’

Call for Tender for a ‘Creative Agency’

ECIA is looking for a 'Creative Agency' to assist in composing the final report of ECIA - PLP. Please read the Call for Tender. The deadline for submitting the tender documents is set to Friday, 4 October 2013, 17:00 hrs. You are cordially invited to submit your bid.
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3 JUNE 2013

Goodbye Dr. Büscher and welcome Dr. Malacarne

Goodbye Dr. Büscher and welcome Dr. Malacarne

Big news! Dr. Büscher has changed jobs. As of the first of June 2013 he is the new Head of Unit "Chemical Industry", DG Enterprise at the European Commission. His successor is Dr. Malacarne, former Head of Unit for "Security Research and Development" at Directorate-General for Enterprise and Industry. We wish both good luck in their new jobs. Read their biographies.
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