On 5 December from 14:30 to 16:00 PM, a webinar will take place on the topic of creative hubs. Specifically, the webinar will focus on support infrastructures for creative and cultural industries.
The development of the creative economy comes with the increasing role of creative hubs, physical places that bring people (entrepreneurs) together who work in the creative and cultural industries. Creative hubs are made up of many shapes and sizes, from buildings that house creative practitioners and businesses to temporary labs and incubation spaces.
This interactive webinar will allow participants to get a detailed insight into ongoing policy with respect to the development of creative hubs in relevant Interreg Europe projects and present several successful cases already implemented in Europe, with a chance for questions and discussion with those who have implemented them.
Take a look at the good practices and topics that will be discussed:
- Creative hub of Namur, Wallonia regional government by Delphine Goderniaux and Larissa Grommersch from CREADIS3 and RCIA projects
- Canodrom Creative Industries Research, Barcelona Chamber of Commerce by Berta Pérez
The exchange on this topic started during the workshop on the transforming power of cultural and creative industries in Riga.
Make sure to reserve your spot and feel free to send questions for our experts by filling out the form below.
Interested in reading more about this topic before the webinar? Take a look at this report created after the workshop in Riga.
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