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Internatio­nalisation Roadmap

There are several different motives behind the internationalisation of CCI indicating a diversified approach to internationalization. One of the most frequent motives for CCI intermediary organisations is to build international networks and gain access to new and larger markets for their clients - CCI SMEs - in order to achieve their growth. The support measures that CCI intermediary organisations employ should strengthen CCI SMEs internationalisation and also meet the specific needs of CCI SMEs operating in the different cultural sectors.





What value and to whom you could provide?  What is your institution value proposition for CCI SMEs to support their internationalisation or for your collaboration partners?


What should CCI intermediary organisations know about innovation processes and how to use this knowledge?


The increasing openness of markets means that institutions are tending to organise their processes and value chains in ‘global business designs’, and continually adapt their competencies to them, which means offering added (creative) value becomes vitally important.


A key element in identifying partners is the “people'' issue. Successful collaborations are built on strong interpersonal relations and shared values between organisations and individuals.


The story of the CCI internationalisation in the Baltic Sea Region will lead you to the Creative Ports project’s intellectual output: CCI Internationalisation Learning Modules, i.e. tools that help you to take action.