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  • 1. Creative and Cultural Industries ANDE Creative industries: the Mexico advantage talkhttp://www.promexico.gob.mx/work/models/promexico/Resource/4927/1/images/NE0813_0180_WEB_SPREADS.pdf National Cultural Foundation of BarbadosCreate Barbados http://www.ncf.bb/2013/index.php Annual Cultural Industries Symposium http://www.ncf.bb/2013/index.php/2012-11-07-14-50-59/201211-07-17-34-38/2012-11-07-17-35-34 Espana I LAS INDUSTRIAS CULTURALES Y CREATIVAS www.fundacion ideas.es
  • 2. UN SECTOR CLAVE DE LA NUEVA ECONOMÍA PROGRESISTAS INDUSTRIAS CREATIVAS: SU POTENCIAL COMO FACTOR DE DESARROLLO ECONÓMICO Y COHESIÓN SOCIAL EN CENTROAMÉRICA Secretaría Permanente del Sistema Económico Latinoamericano y del Caribe (SELA) Secretaría Permanente del SELA. (2011). Industrias creativas: su potencial como factor de desarrollo económico y cohesión social en Centroamérica. Caracas: Sistema Económico Latinoamericano y del Caribe. (SP Di N°8 -11) www.sela.org/. Promotion of cultural and creative industries in Latin America and the Caribbean Ghana’s cultural industry identified as means of alleviating poverty
  • 3. UNESCO has identified Ghana’s cultural industry as a productive means of alleviating poverty. <http://www.dac.gov.za/projects/creative_industries.html>
  • 4. Kenya: Where tech meets culture Kenya's entrepreneurs are using technology to scale up their imaginative businesses, writes Gwen Ansell. In 1985, Cameroonian jazzman Manu Dibangu cut an album called Electric Africa. His purpose was explicit: "I wanted the world to know there is an electric Africa; our culture is not just something in a museum." And one of the most intriguing presentations came from a young Kenyan cultural entrepreneur, Mark Kaigwa, taking his audience on a tour of what he dubbed "Africa's silicon savannah" Kaigwa is a Nairobi-based consultant working across film, new media and mobile platforms. This year, he's one of Forbes Magazine's "30 under 30" top young African entrepreneurs.
  • 5. Thailand to promote cooperation in cultural industries with Bay of Bengal countries BANGKOK, 1 February 2012 -The Cabinet has given the green light to the Ministry of Culture’s proposal for Thailand to consolidate relationships with the Bay of Bengal countries by signing an MOU on the establishment of the BIMSTEC Cultural Industries Commission and the BIMSTEC Cultural Industries Observatory, which is hoped to be signed later this month.
  • 6. Thailand to promote cooperation in cultural industries with Bay of Bengal countries BANGKOK, 1 February 2012 -The Cabinet has given the green light to the Ministry of Culture’s proposal for Thailand to consolidate relationships with the Bay of Bengal countries by signing an MOU on the establishment of the BIMSTEC Cultural Industries Commission and the BIMSTEC Cultural Industries Observatory, which is hoped to be signed later this month.

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