Internationalisation of the Cultural and Creative Industries in the Baltic Sea Region

The project aims to improve the exchange and internationalisation processes between the actors of the participating countries. In workshops and seminars between 2019 and 2021, the partners will exchange experiences and will jointly develop and test qualification and networking formats as well as methods of interregional cooperation. A publicly accessible learning platform will document the results and provide learning modules to share lessons learned and helpful knowledge. Companies and other players in the cultural and creative industries are thereby open up opportunities for internationalisation and initiate joint value creation.

More info

Maisa Kantanen
Project manager tel. +358 40 569 7899
maisa.kantanen(at)xamk.fi

Natalia Narits
Project manager tel. +358 40 563 8453
natalia.narits(at)xamk.fi

Facts

Creative Ports - Internationalisation of the Cultural and Creative Industries in the Baltic Sea Region

01.01.2019 - 30.06.2021

Implementers

Administrator: Goethe-Institut

Other partners: Goethe-Institut, including Danish Cultural Institute, Filmby Aarhus, Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft, Nordkolleg Rendsburg, Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn Business Incubators, Creative Estonia, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences, City of Vilnius, Media Dizajn Szczecin, Marshal's Office of the Westpomeranian Region, Media Evolution City Malmö, and European-Russian InnoPartnership St. Petersburg

Fields of expertise: Digital economy
XAMK research centers: Small Business Center

Budget

Total budget: 3,079,797.09 €

Financiers and main source of funding: Interreg Baltic Sea Region

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