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23 APRIL 2013

Call: researching Creative Industries and eHumanities

Call: researching Creative Industries and eHumanities

Universities and graduate schools in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, are teaming up and organise research projects on the Creative Industries and Digital Humanities. In 2012, the first projects were launched and these will be wrapped up soon. That means that new initiatives can be started! Applications can be submitted until May 27th (for UvA) and June 23d (for VU).
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16 APRIL 2013

Lombardy Creative Camp: Call for ideas

Lombardy Creative Camp: Call for ideas

Are you a creative or a creative company? Reply to this call and take part to the selection for the Lombardy Creative Camp promoted by the Lombardy Region, in association with the Politecnico of Milan. Send in your application before May 6th 2013.
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16 APRIL 2013

Kulturting 2013: combining creativity and economic development

Kulturting 2013: combining creativity and economic development

Last March, ECIA coordinator Johanna van Antwerpen gave a presentation about the developments on creativity and economics in and around Amsterdam at the Kulturting 2013 conference in Jönköping, Sweden. Read a short report by Tobias Nielsén on the conference below.
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8 APRIL 2013

Spillover Effects study by ecce

Spillover Effects study by ecce

Cultural and creative industries influence other sectors and are an important stimulus for global and local evolution. Such stimuli, referred to as 'spillover effect' in terms of impact, are becoming increasingly important for urban development, social participation, and innovative economic development. But what are the conditions and prerequisites that facilitate or prevent spillover? The European centre for creative economy (ecce) is performing a study on this question, in preparation of the Forum d’Avignon Ruhr 2013 conference.
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8 APRIL 2013

Digitization boosts revenues in the Creative Sector

Digitization boosts revenues in the Creative Sector

Digital revenues increase by more than 11 percent per year since 2001: a study by Booz & Company on trends in book publishing, press publishing, film and television, gaming, and music industries. Read on about "The Digital Future of Creative Europe: The Economic Impact of Digitization and the Internet on the Creative Sector in Europe".
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