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Study on creative sector

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8.4.2019 – Today, the European Commission published a new study which finds that the cultural and creative sectors across Europe continue to face challenges to receive loans or equity finance for new activities. Barriers usually include the difficulty of assessing the value of intangible assets of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), their lack of business [...]

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2019 European Capitals of Culture: Plovdiv and Matera

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3.1.2018 – As of 1 January 2019, Plovdiv (Bulgaria) and Matera (Italy) will hold the title of European Capital of Culture for one year. Plovdiv is the first ever Bulgarian city to be chosen as European Capital of Culture. With a full programme under the motto “Together”, 2019 will bring new opportunities to the region [...]

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Culture and international relations – new EU strategy

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The strategy adopted in June 2016  is in line with the Commission’s priority to make the EU a stronger global actor. Culture can play a crucial role in strengthening international partnerships. The ‘Strategy for international cultural relations’ presented by the European Commission and the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy aims at [...]

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European Capital of Culture 2014

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Swedish city of winter, Umea, expects visitors from all over Europe at the inauguration event in the context of the promotion of European Capital of Culture 2014. Swedish town will hold festivities day and night. The highlight of the opening week will be the “burning snow” ceremony, a transformation of the snowy city wit art [...]

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