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Creative Industries on the rise in Germany

Approximately 249,000 companies are active in the culture and creative industries in Germany, the number of people employed in the sector exceed 1.6 million for the first time. The Cultural and Creative Industries Initiative published a Monitoring of Selected Economic Key Data in 2014. The report evaluates the impact of creative industries on the overall economy: read more >>

News and Features

26.01.2016 - Animation Production Day open for project submissions

Meeting the representatives of the animation industry and upcoming talent in April 2016.

12.01.2016 - Focus Open 2016: International Design Award

The Design Center calls for entries for Baden-Württemberg's International Design Award 2016.

18.12.2015 - The 2016 Torch Awards open for entries

New York Festivals® invites young creative talent to take part in the Inclusive Design Challenge until 15 February.

15.12.2015 - More than 30 million people work in the creative industries

Ernst & Young releases the Cultural Times, the first global map of cultural and creative industries.

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03.02.2016 - Creative Industries on the rise in Germany

Cultural and Creative Industries Initiative of the Government publishes Monitoring of Selected Economic Key Data in 2014.

11.12.2015 - Open knowledge benefits everyone

The cultural change to greater openness was the focus of discussion at the first OPEN! conference for digital innovation, which took place in Stuttgart on 2 December 2015.

13.10.2015 - Creative spaces for creative minds

Spaces that allow creative minds to develop are a competition factor. Scientists are seeking to identify exactly what kind of spaces encourage the creativity of their users.

17.08.2015 - Growing trend towards interdisciplinarity

The purpose of the Karl Steinbuch Scholarship is to support the research of students who think creatively across disciplines.

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OPEN! 2015: Open knowledge benefits everyone

Big ideas are not only about saving mankind but equally about having fun. The cultural change to greater openness was the focus of discussion at the first OPEN! conference for digital innovation, which took place in Stuttgart on 2 December 2015. Close to 300 participants discussed the potential of open movements in four panels: read more >>

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