Location: Brussels, Belgium
The Consortium partners of the European Creative Hubs Network are pleased to announce the final conference of the European Creative Hubs Network project, to take place in January 2018, in Brussels, Belgium.
The Campus will be a dialogue event, where creative hubs leaders will come together with policy makers from all levels, and the wider creative ecosystem. The campus will showcase the best of creative hubs, the outcomes and impact of the project, as well as voice a number policy papers and recommendations aimed at better supporting the sector.
It will bring together 100+ managers and representatives of European creative hubs and creative and entrepreneurial communities, organisations and policy makers, from more than 20 countries, as well as all relevant organisations and stakeholders from Europe.
The European Creative Hubs Campus, organised and curated by the British Council (ECHN Lead partner), aims to showcase the outputs of the 2-year project by bringing together knowledge from workshops, forums, peer-to-peer exchanges, and research. It will present results of the Creative Hubs Barometer study, as well as a series of policy recommendations aimed as supporting the creative hubs in enhancing their impact on the labour market and social protection provision, as well as in the field of incubation and acceleration.
Moreover, the European Creative Hubs Campus will also announce the Network’s 5-year sustainability plan, and the steps its members will take to help the Network grow and thrive.
The goal of the event is to raise awareness about the newly-formed European Creative Hubs Network and its plans for the next 5 years, as well as discuss potential future collaborations and work with partners and policy makers across all sectors.
An open call for participation is currently running for all interested creative hub leaders, (managers, project leads, community managers, etc.), as well as for representatives of local authorities (representatives or policy makers of national ministries, urban authorities, regional authorities) and cultural and creative organisations working together with creative hubs, from across Europe.
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