The Creative Entrepreneurship Academy (CEA) is a series of high-level international training programmes launched by Creativity Lab.
Creative Ports Partner Loov Eesti (Creative Estonia) together with Creative Europe Estonia and Creative Caucasus are organizing this year's CEA "Business Opportunities in Digital Culture" as an online conference on 22 and 23 September.
The Corona virus crisis has put CCIs under the pressure. All of a sudden theaters were closed, festivals didn't happen, bands couldn't have their performances, museums and art galleries couldn't invite guests. How can you survive in a world like this? The key word is adaptation and finding new ways to make oney with your activities.
The CEA team invited well-known experts such as the CCI guru from London - David Parrish - to speak about possible business models of culture in digital environments. The organizers will also present some good examples from Georgia and Estonia.
The whole program can be found here.
Creative Estonia is a creative industries development centre, which helps to promote and develop creative industries and creative businesses in Estonia and abroad and to highlight the role for innovation of creatives in other sectors. Creative Estonia’s aim is to make public the unique characteristics, economic, social and regional value of creative industries; support start-ups and established businesses with much needed information and advice; develop an attitude that creates a positive image of business and to increase the business and export ability of creative businesses.