Finance, Learning, Innovation and Patenting for Cultural and Creative Industries (FLIP for CCIs)
The importance of Cultural and Creative Industries has been acknowledged in different policy documents as well as by the European Parliament Resolution on a coherent EU policy for cultural and creative industries of December 2016. The Parliament Resolution on CCIs stresses the importance of cultural and creative industries (CCIs) in the economy and job creation, in promoting and preserving cultural diversity, strengthening social cohesion and increasing Europe’s attractiveness internationally. CCIs play a key role in reindustrialising Europe and trigger innovation spill-overs in many other sectors, from manufacturing to education or social inclusion.
The 2018 Annual Work Programme for the implementation of the Pilot Project "Finance, Learning, Innovation and Patenting for Cultural and Creative Industries (FLIP for CCIs)" foresees the launch of a call for proposals funded under Budget Line 15 04 77 19, with €1 million allocated to the development of an action addressing this specific objective.
The general objective of this pilot project is to define and test policies and actions for sustaining and developing cultural and creative industries and to generating cross-sectoral benefits and spill-overs in the different areas and sectors CCIs interface with.
The pilot project should cover in particular the following aspects concerning CCIs: Finance, Learning, Innovation and Patenting (FLIP):
- Finance (Elaboration of guidelines, follow-up of EU CCI actions)
- Learning (Support skills classification system, development of guidelines for CCI skills development, activities and dissemination)
- Innovation (Guidelines for CCIs development, good practice cases and showcase events on innovative models, peer-to-peer hubs exchange)
Patenting (Analysis, case studies and recommendations)
The grant agreement resulting from this call for proposals will be allocated to one single project. The purpose of this call is to select an organisation that will co-ordinate and organise different activities with cultural and creative professionals and entrepreneurs, in particular SMEs and micro-enterprises, as well as other stakeholders.
The duration of the project shall be 28 months. The planned starting date should be no later than 1 March 2019.
New deadline: 27/08/2018
The EC has signed a grant agreement with the following consortium:
- Goethe-Institut e.V. (coordinator)
- IDEA Strategische Economische Consulting (member)
- VVA Brussels Sprl (member)
- 3s Unternehmensberatung GmbH (3s) (member)
- Institut de la Propriété Intellectuelle Luxembourg G.I.E (IPIL) (member)
- Bios Exploring Urban Culture Foundation (European Creative Network) (ECHN) (member)