Publications

20 FEBRUARY 2014

New Study on Access to Finance for the Creative Sector

New Study on Access to Finance for the Creative Sector

In a survey by IDEA Consult and ECORYS Netherlands for the European Commission, a review of the economical potential of cultural and creative sectors in the EU is made. Where do cultural and creative sectors need financial support or opportunities?
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6 FEBRUARY 2014

Crossover Works #1 and #2

Crossover Works #1 and #2

Federatie Dutch Creative industries, Syntens, PICNIC, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie & CLICKNL present the second publication in a series on practices that embody the cross innovation concept. The publication contains essays, case studies and highlighted projects. The full publications can be downloaded below.
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5 FEBRUARY 2014

Report on the Cultural and Creative Industries in Italy

Report on the Cultural and Creative Industries in Italy

Culture Synapses – an innovation agency – curated the international version (compact and in English language) of a report published by Symbola Foundation and the Italian Chambers of Commerce, focused on the Cultural and Creative Industries in Italy. The report is meant to be a tool to spur the interaction between Italian excellences and international operators.
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10 DECEMBER 2013

FAD-INS: Results and Evaluation

FAD-INS: Results and Evaluation

The FAD-INS voucher project has ended their pilot; and on October 4th 2013 they presented the results that have been achieved so far. Also, they presented their final publication where everything on the past two years is described and evaluated. The document can be downloaded below this article.
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28 OCTOBER 2013

VINCI – Supported projects

VINCI – Supported projects

VINCI is one of the voucher projects which supports businesses in the creative industries and aims for innovation and cross-sectoral partnership. In this VINCI publication, as presented on their event on October 16th, 2013, all of their supported projects are presented.
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