CCI Thrive goes to Florence – Fill out their survey and support Europe's Creatives!

The cross-sectoral, multidisciplinary project begins to take its final form – help make it a success by answering a few questions!

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CCI Thrive took a significant step toward establishing a practicable and sustainable business model for the creative culture industry last month during its most recent workshop, hosted by consortium member Centrica at its office in Florence, Italy.

Over the course of two days, CCI Thrive’s brain trust reviewed its three previously devised business models before unifying all of them into a single, representative demonstrator: A search engine supported by extensive databanks on European culture institutions, capable of identifying both current projects and prospective audiences by topic. Once completed, gauging a project’s potential or finding similar ideas in the works will be as easy as typing a query.

The IMZ is thrilled at the progress made and stands ready to meet the challenges of the current (and final) project phase: stakeholder engagement and the creation of a whitepaper, as well as the next steps on the road to realisation.

Help make CCI Thrive a success and fill out this survey: We need input from all stakeholders in Europe's creative cultural industries so we all can thrive!

CCI Thrive is a cross-sectoral, multidisciplinary project that uses a data-driven approach to increase the competitiveness of the creative and cultural sectors by inspiring innovative new business models, boosting revenue + fostering better insight into audience preferences.



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