Cultural and Creative SMEs in Developing Nations

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The creative industries are a growing force for economic development in Latin America, Africa, and Asia. Designers, architects, filmmakers and musicians are building thriving businesses.

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Cultural and Creative SMEs in Developing Nations

  1. 1. Tom Aageson, Co-founder & Executive Director ECONOMIC IMPACT OFECONOMIC IMPACT OF CULTURAL AND CREATIVECULTURAL AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES ON EMERGINGINDUSTRIES ON EMERGING ECONOMIESECONOMIES
  2. 2. Factory EconomyFactory Economy Creative EconomyCreative Economy Creative Industries Globally 2000-2005 8.7% growth 2008 14% growth $425 billion in trade Creative industries experienced growth through the global recession.
  3. 3. 3 Creative IndustriesCreative Industries
  4. 4. ......
  5. 5. Cultural Enterprises Create Integrated,Cultural Enterprises Create Integrated, Blended ValueBlended Value
  6. 6. Investing in Cultural EntrepreneursInvesting in Cultural Entrepreneurs And EntrepreneursAnd Entrepreneurs
  7. 7. South AmericanSouth American Countries Investing inCountries Investing in Cultural IndustriesCultural Industries International Conference:International Conference: Culture as a Force forCulture as a Force for Economic Growth –Economic Growth – New Approach for SouthNew Approach for South CaucasusCaucasus
  8. 8. Kenya
  9. 9. Ghana
  10. 10. Brazil
  11. 11. Creative/Cultural SMEs in West AfricaCreative/Cultural SMEs in West Africa • Tensira: Guinea. Textile production. Sales in 30 European counties. • Ousmane Mbaye: Senegal. High end design. Markets across Europe. AfricaNow Lifestyle Fair
  12. 12. Creative/Cultural SMEs in West AfricaCreative/Cultural SMEs in West Africa • Cheick Diallo Designs: Mali. The most recognized designer of West Africa. • Galerie Arte Dakar: Senegal. Sophisticated home decór.
  13. 13. GCCE CLIENTSGCCE CLIENTS and Programmaticand Programmatic ActivitiesActivities • Market Development, Market Links • Mentorship and Fellowships • Cultural Cluster Planning • Web-centric Market Strategies • Institute for Cultural and Creative Entrepreneurship
  14. 14. “Cultural entrepreneurship allows our community to take our unique voice to the world.” ~ Regis Pecos Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2013
  15. 15. www.culturalentrepreneur.org Tom Aageson tom@culturalentrepreneur.org www.slideshare.net/aageson 505.660.3096

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