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We are inviting individual professionals or companies active in the CCS to fill in a questionnaire on collaborations between the CCS and other industry sectors!
Type: Project
The IDM Alto Adige Ecosystem Film & Creative Industries is a good example of a just born ecosystem but already in full swing and remarkably beneficial.
Type: Project
The Incubator provides support in development of new, viable and competitive creative enterprises using an educational program, mentoring and co-financing.
Location: Latvija, Latvia (Latvija)
Project: RCIA
Take a look at how unlocking the potential of cultural and creative industries can become a factor of competitiveness
Type: Platform
Lead Partner: Austria Wirtschaftsservice Gesellschaft mbH
Welcome to the Regional Creative Industries Alliance website - a project striving to shape better regional policies towards a modern business ecosystem using the transformative power of creative SMEs as a key competitiveness factor RCIA aims to improve the Structural Funds policy instruments related to the SME competitiveness through interregional policy learning. This is done by: Focusing on supporting creative SMEs to set impulses for higher growth Positioning Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) as “the missing link” throughout sectors and disciplines regarding innovation and competitiveness Increasing the attractiveness and innovative image of a city/region/country (attract talent, create & retain jobs in the territory) Positioning CCI as a pillar of the competitiveness policy. By exchanging 20+ good practices between regional policy-oriented stakeholder groups and implementing the learnings through 8 regional action plans we aim to increase the number of collaborations between creative SMEs and companies from the wider economy. This shall lead to a higher competitiveness of both types of SMEs and eventually to new products and solutions developed through cross-sectorial collaboration. RCIA intends to Strengthen the creative SMEs competitiveness by improving their skills (development/execution of business plans, interaction with investors, mentoring programmes) and to support their growth on global markets Adapt various funding mechanisms to the particularities of CCI (including the possibility of capacity building measures for banks) Increase the awareness of the companies from the wider economy on the transformative power (added-value) of creative SMEs for their own competitiveness Develop/adapt/improve the eco-system from classic spatial cross-collaboration into a holistic approach.
Lead Partner: Pays de la Loire Region
Seven regions.  1 goal.          Boosting the competitiveness of SMEs in Europe’s maritime industries CLIPPER is an innovative interregional cooperation project that brings together seven pro-active regions to address the negative impact the global economic recession has had on Europe’s maritime sector. This sector is also suffering from growing competition from emerging countries.  The overall aim of the project is to develop better public policies to support the competitiveness of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) working in Maritime Industries in Europe.  What will we do?  The regional partners involved - made up of experts from regions, universities and private companies – are exploring and implementing new ways of supporting SMEs to improve their industrial performance, the strength of their value chains and clusters, and access to international markets and finance.   In particular, the project is supporting the SMEs to develop innovative business strategies focused on diversification and differentiation that help them to create jobs and growth in the Blue Growth sector.   Why regional level?  The project is based at regional level because they have the ability to move quickly, utilise the resources needed, and bring together the partners required to improve the competitiveness of SMEs in their traditional activities, particularly in shipyards, while also helping them to become leaders in developing markets such as Marine Renewable Energies.   Regions are also usually the managing authorities for structural funds and have the competences required to drive forward economic development in their territories.   Sharing knowledge & influencing policy  The project partners will develop action plans for each of their territories and design political recommendations that will aim to make positive changes to public policy at local level, in line with the analysis of relevant national and European contexts.  Continuous exchange and discussion with the project’s stakeholders will ensure that they better identify challenges faced by SMEs, and guarantee coherence between their needs and the tools developed.  Who will benefit and what difference will be made?  The links developed with SMEs during preparatory work will ensure that they benefit directly from the project.  CLIPPER's results, and their long-term use, will provide significant support for public authorities and European institutions, helping to improve their business strategies for maritime industries.
Take a look at the replay of the webinar on how creative hubs are supporting infrastructures for creative and cultural industries.
Type: Platform
Stakeholders from Vidzeme met in Piebalgas Porcelain factory in order to clarify the project's goals and identify the creative industries.
Type: Project
19/09/2019 - 20/09/2019
Interreg programmes and projects are invited to the ‘Culture and Creativity’ event organised by Interact in Valencia on 19 -20 September 2019.
Type: Other
The Region of Western Greece (RWG) is considered a pioneer area in the field of ICT...
Type: Project