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CARLO VUIJLSTEKE – EICI WORKSHOP – NOVEMBER 18, 2011, GENK

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  • Making Creativity Happen Flanders District of Creativity CARLO VUIJLSTEKE – EICI WORKSHOP – NOVEMBER 18, 2011, GENK
  • Challenges ahead…
  • Wanted: a new economic model Finland?Prosperity per capita Flanders Innovation driven economy China & India Productivity driven economy Factor driven Strength= Strength= Strength= economy Low cost Efficiency Creativity
  • A Market Space
  • Too many choices…
  • 3 Crucial questions•  “Can a computer do it faster?”•  “Can someone overseas do it cheaper?”•  “Is what I’m offering in demand in an age of abundance?” - Daniel Pink, A Whole New Mind
  • “Human creativity is the ultimate economic resource” - Richard Florida, Rise of the Creative Class
  • One way of innovation…Science/Technology New product
  • More ways of innovation… Science Technology •  New product •  New service •  New processCreativity •  New business model Creative Society •  New answersIndustries Market •  …
  • Our mission Make Make creative entrepreneurial Flanders more Flanders more entrepreneurial creative
  • Target groups CREATIVE REGION Policy Set the framework Organisation Allow & support creativity Individual Think creative
  • Activities Research Inspire Activate
  • Build knowledge Scientific research on entrepreneurial creativity
  • Inspire Inspiring Events & Talks
  • Activate Generate creative ideas Create awareness
  • Activate Coworking space Coworking network
  • Activate Creative Tools
  • INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS
  • Districts of Creativity Network
  • Reverse mission
  • CREATIVE TOOLSLast November the Creative Tools projectwas launched by Flanders DC togetherwith CIDA, Chamber of Commerce ofTerrassa and Creative Tampere.This Leonardo da Vinci transfer ofinnovation project wants to address twosubjects: How can you make theentrepreneurial class more creative? Howcan you make the creative class moreentrepreneurial?
  • EXPERIENCE BASEDthe toolboxGoodies forBUSINESS DEVELOPMENTProvide local and regional public sectorbusiness consultants with knowledge ofand insight into creative businessapproaches and the dynamics ofexperience-based business developmentEnable business consultants to supportand inspire local companies to bringingcreative approaches into the company,its marketing and product developmentprocesses.
  • Creative Industries?
  • Creative Minds
  • Definition?
  • Music Visual Arts Fashion Architec- Design ture CreativePrintedMedia Industries Audiovisual Arts in Flanders Communi- Performing cation & Arts Advertising Gaming New Media Cultural Heritage
  • 25 organisations12 creative sectors
  • Impact?
  • >120.000 € 7 billionPeople work in the Added value of thecreative industries Creative IndustriesEconomic Impact
  • A Common Strategy
  • Position Paper 6 priority themes More than 50 policy and sector recommendations
  • Improveentrepreneurial skills
  • Enhance Crossovers
  • Thank you! Carlo Vuijlsteke Project Manager – Creative Industries Carlo.vuijlsteke@flandersdc.be Twitter: @cvuijlst