Greece is a natural studio. Luring international producers is an excellent way for the Greek government to boost the creative industries and help diversify the country's economy, while promoting tourism to less-known areas.
Africa’s cultural and creative industries present an excellent opportunity for long-term growth, but they need to be nurtured and protected, especially in the wake of shocks from #Covid-19 , says @HEVAFund 's George Gachara.
The Economics of Creativity, sponsored by @YouTube , explores the shifts in the creative industries throughout 2020—how these shifts have affected individuals, societies and economies, and what they mean for the future: #Ad
From today all of Germany’s cultural institutions will remain closed for the next 4 weeks. German jazz musician Till Brönner spoke to DW about the consequences for the creative industries, and the circumstances many self-employed artists in the country are facing. #lockdownlight
#COVID has had an unprecedented toll on our economy & even the most dedicated business owners have gotten creative to keep their businesses afloat. That’s why I started the day in Leesburg w/ @RepWexton to hear from local tourism industries & discuss a plan for economic recovery.
Reminder, when you think the Creative Industries can “get to the back of the queue”, we’re a £112b industry and pump more money into the economy than aviation, football, pubs, fishing, agriculture etc.
For the last few weeks I, like many, have waited for a government announcement re supporting the artistic and creative industries here in the U.K. It is staggering that none has been forthcoming. What is this government playing at? #SaveTheArts
Britain's creative industries are facing a "cultural catastrophe", losing £1.4 billion in revenue every week this year, with 400,000 jobs at risk, research commissioned by @Creative_Fed has warned
Sakura Wars takes center stage for the PlayStation 4 on April 28, 2020! Some of the best creative minds in the anime and JRPG industries have joined forces with SEGA to bring Sakura Wars to a new generation, and a new audience in the West.
We stick our children’s art on the fridge, frame their finger-painting and spend millions enjoying music, song, dance and art - and yet our Federal Government downgrades the creative industries. This is what happens next:
Just confirmed: the next Star Wars film will be made in UK. Great news for our creative industries. May the force be with us.....