For you and your company we have

  • Start for the #ECIS23 in Umeå, Sweden
    The #ECIS23 will discuss and deepen the retraining and upskilling of European talent and professionals in two main events. It will kick off with the #ECIS23 Assembly on February 15.
  • Make SMEs from construction and furniture industry resilient and get 60,000 funding
    Business Upper Austria as partner of a EUROCLUSTER project is offering a LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® workshop on the topic: "How can we make companies more resilient to unexpected global events?" in Linz on February 9 and is informing on the funding vouchers for solving challenges in the construction and furniture industry.
  • What's new in the New European Bauhaus
    Two years after its launch, the New European Bauhaus (NEB) has become a catalyst for the European Green Deal transformation. With over 600 official partner organizations ranging from EU wide networks to local initiatives, the NEB reaches millions of citizens. The initiative is bringing together people from various backgrounds - from art and design, cultural and creative industries, cultural heritage institutions, to educators, scientists and innovators, businesses, local and regional authorities, and citizen initiatives.
  • Insight EIT Culture and Creativity: Experts needed
    EIT Culture & Creativity, the new Innovation Community for Europe's Creatives is looking for external expertise in Creative industries to evaluate, monitor and review the submitted proposals for the first European Open Call for Creative Industries, which will be launched soon. Hungry and experienced to be part of the team to select outstanding projects to shape Europe with creativity? Apply until 31 of March 2023.
  • Transformation workshop for hairdressers
    March 6, 2023 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and March 7, 2023 from 1-5 p.m., ONLINE.
  • Be prepared for Horizon work program 2023/2024
    We like to draw your attention specially to Pillar 2 of Horizon Europe, Cluster 2 "Culture, Creativity and Inclusive Society", which aims to meet EU goals and priorities on enhancing democratic governance and citizens participation, on the safeguarding and promotion of cultural heritage, and to respond to and shape multifaceted social, economic, technological and cultural transformations. This is a big chance for Creative Industries to be an active agent in for a socially just and inclusive European green and digital transition and post-COVID 19 recoveries.
  • Podcast Tip: WE ARE VIENNA
    With their podcast WIR SIND WIEN, designers László Lukacs and Marcos Valenzuela offer creative people a platform. This time in conversation: Patrizia & Martin from the fashion trade agency SanterKweton about successful fashion business made in Austria.
  • If you can measure Cultural and Creative Industries
    "What is hidden cannot be protected, cannot be supported, cannot be treated as it deserves. And that is the case for a large part of the cultural and creative economy The ambitious 2-year Interreg Europe Project titled "Measuring the Cultural and Creative Sectors in the EU" provided a recommendation for a new statistical framework to measure the Cultural and Creative Sectors (CCS) in the EU.
  • EIT C&C was kicked off in Cologne
    EIT Culture & Creativity held its first in-person partner meeting on the 18th and 19th of November in cologne. More than 150 participants from about 65 partner organisations worked on boosting the future for Creative Industries and prepare concrete actions and funding programs for 2023!
  • înno up and Startup Landscape Austria ensure cooperation and growth in venture capital
    On December 6, the launch of Startup Landscape Austria took place as part of the înno up closing event.
    The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) announced on Wednesday 30 November that the EIT's ninth 'Culture and Creativity' Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC) is ready to host the first activities.
  • Creative Industries Barometer Autumn 2022
    The creative industries have developed significantly positively over the past twelve months, but not quite as positively as the rest of the economy. The biggest challenges in 2022 are labor costs, the shortage of skilled workers, and the prices of energy, raw materials and inputs.