Partners

 

Tillväxtverket: the regional impact masters

tillväxtverketTillväxtverket is the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth. It strengthens regional development and facilitates enterprises and entrepreneurship throughout Sweden. Between 2009 and 2012, the Swedish government’s action plan for cultural and creative industries served as Tillväxtverket’s compass for various support schemes. At the moment, the CCI division finalizes its report about the past financing period and will investigate into the future course of CCI support in Sweden during 2013.

Tillväxtverket will take part in C2C’s regional round tables and monthly analysis meetings, assemble and lead the Swedish delegation to the bar camp, nominate an expert for the book sprint and participate in the writing-up of the project findings.

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www.tillvaxtverket.se
The history of creative industries support in Sweden

 

Danish Centre for Cultural and Experience Economy (CKO): experts for collaboration and financing

CKOCKO is an independent government-funded agency established in 2008 by the Ministry of Economics and Business Affairs and the Ministry of Culture of Denmark. It works on national, Nordic and European level. CKO’s activities include the creation and transfer of knowledge about cultural and creative industries, the establishment of networks, the fostering of collaborations between CCI companies and other business sectors and the administration of several projects. It also represents the Nordic countries in the EU project FAME (Facilitating access and mobilization of European finance for creative industry growth).

CKO will take part in C2C’s regional round tables and monthly analysis meetings, assemble and lead the Danish delegation to the bar camp, nominate an expert for the book sprint and participate in the writing-up of the project findings.

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Prof. Dr. Giovanni Schiuma (Arts for Business Institute): 

Prof. Dr. Schiuma is the founder of the Arts for Business Institute and director of the Innovation Insights Hub at University of the Arts London. He is also professor at the Università della Basilicata in Italy where he taught knowledge and innovation management. Giovanni Schiuma is a renowned scholar for capitalizing on artistic processes for application a business context. His book “The Value of Arts for Business” by Cambridge University Press explains how the arts can shape the excellence of 21st century organizations.

For the C2C project, he hosted a session of the Barcamp and participated in our expert round tables. Together with his colleague Antonio Lerro, Prof. Schiuma conducted a mini-study about the experiences of Italian firms with the integration of creative services and processes. The results were presented in the course of the round table on Cross Innovation.

 
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