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European Creative Business Network (ECBN) is a network of creative development agencies and creative centres. Our mission is to support the creative and cultural industries to internationalise – to do business and to collaborate across Europe

What we do

ECBN provides European Services and Tools to its members, like creative companies and entrepreneurs, agencies and creative centres, cities and regions – such as Trade Missions, Easy Landing Points or Digital Marketplace, which are defined and developed further on a year to year basis in ECBN board meetings.

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CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #83 – The Joint Research Centre has launched an online survey covering the 27 EU Member States on the effects of the COVID-19 emergency

The Joint Research Centre has launched an online survey covering the 27 EU Member States on the effects of the COVID-19 emergency Republished by ECBN from: European Commission – EU SCIENCE HUB The survey launched by the JRC aims to increase the understanding of citizen experiences throughout the COVID-19 crisis and thus foster the development of [...]

CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #82 – Close Distance instead of cultural distancing – Pro Helvetia supports new cultural formats

Close Distance instead of cultural distancing – Pro Helvetia supports new cultural formats Republished by ECBN from: Pro Helvetia – Swiss Arts & Culture In reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia is launching a call for projects for new formats that enable art production and reception to continue despite restrictions [...]

CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #81 – Webinar series: Possible Future(s) of Creative Economies in post-COVID-19 Europe

Webinar series: Possible Future(s) of Creative Economies in post-COVID-19 Europe Republished by ECBN from: DISCE EU CUMEDIAE and Trans Europe Halles, partners of the DISCE Consortium, are organising a webinar series (2 episodes) on the current and immediate state of creative economies in the context of COVID-19 crisis. We will be exploring with CCI´s stakeholders [...]

CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #80 – NEMO report on the impact of COVID-19 on museums in Europe

NEMO report on the impact of COVID-19 on museums in Europe Republished by ECBN from: NEMO Museums have experienced unprecedented economic and social consequences in the last few weeks due to the coronavirus. To better understand the status quo and what might come next, NEMO launched a survey to map COVID-19’s impact on the museum [...]

CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #79 – UNESCO launches platform on living heritage and COVID-19

UNESCO launches platform on living heritage and COVID-19 Republished by ECBN from: UNESCO In line with its response to COVID-19, UNESCO is launching a web platform to share and exchange experiences of living heritage in the context of the pandemic, both in terms of its impact and the diverse ways in which communities turn to [...]

CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #78 – Key messages from our city dialogue on mitigating the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in cities

Key messages from our city dialogue on mitigating the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in cities Republished by ECBN from: Eurocities EUROCITIES brought together 120 strategists from 60 European cities across 23 countries in direct dialogue with OECD to discuss the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in cities and how to tackle them. This was one in [...]

CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #77 – Digital journey to Tromsø 2020

Digital journey to Tromsø 2020 Republished by ECBN from: IETM Lockdown measures taken by governments across the globe to contain the spread of COVID-19 forced IETM to cancel its Spring Plenary meeting in Tromsø, initially planned from 30 April to 3 May 2020. However, the network invited both members and the wider performing arts community to join in [...]

CCIs @Coronacrisis Update #76 – KEA takes part in Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes’ “Check-in Cultural and Creative Industries #7” round table

KEA takes part in Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes’ “Check-in Cultural and Creative Industries #7” round table Republished by ECBN from: KEA European Affairs KEA European Affairs has taken part in the “Check-in Cultural and Creative Industries #7”  round table discussions, organised by Kompetenzzentrum Kultur- und Kreativwirtschaft des Bundes and focusing on Europe's Cultural [...]