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In order to increase the success and to promote entrepreneurship in Creative Industries in Estonia, Latvia, and Finland and other Nordic countries, the Finnish Institute in Estonia in co-operation with Nordic Council of Ministers Office in Estonia, Creative Industries in Finland, Creative Industries Networks in Finland, Creative Estonia and Tartu Creative Centre organized an event for business incubators and developers in Tartu Centre for Creative Industries.
The goal of the seminar was to link Estonian, Finnish and Latvian agents of Creative Industries and increase their cooperation, activate best practices and operating models through case studies and examples, as well as share experiences about current instruments for entrepreneurship development. The Creative Industries programme of the Finnish Institute in Estonia brings together people and organizations of various fields to create new innovations.
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Eva Leemet from Creative Estonia, Anu Perttunen from Creative Industries Networks Finland and Liene Kuplā from Creative Andrejsala Incubator Latvia illuminated the concrete actions in developing Creative Industries entrepreneurship regionally today and in the future.
Jorma Sarv, Estonian Ministry of Culture and OMC-group in EU, Marjo Mäenpää, Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture and Signe Adamoviča Latvian Ministry of Culture aligned the national Footsteps to the Future. Rasmus Wiinstedt Tscherning, Denmark, offered an overview of the European Cultural and Creative Industries Alliance, ECCIA.
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Discussion of Success stories and failures in Creative Economy. 3 Best Advices suggested by e.g. Raul Oreškin, Tartu Centre for Creative Industries, Eeva Riistama, Arabus, Finland, Johanna Skantze, Director, Generator, Sweden and Evelina Ozola, Editor, FOLD, Latvia.
Discussions of new phenomena and tomorrows ways and ideas in financing and Investing in Creative Industries. Hard core professionals going for business angels, venture capitalists, funds, banks, sponsors, kick-starters, crowd funding, accelerators.
Eero Holstila from Futuro Consulting Helsinki, Johannes Savolainen from Finnish Design Accelerator Royal Majestics, Lauri Antalainen from gaming accelerator GameFounders, Tanel Kärp from Hooandja, Estonia, Margus Uudam, from Ambient Sound Investments, Estonia, Tanu-Matti Tuominen, investor from Finnish fund Vision+ and Janno Siimar from EstonianVelvet presented cases, points of views and ideas for Creative Money.
Piret Potisepp from Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications presented the paths to the future; Creative Industries as an Economical Boost.
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