CCI Thrive — Bespoke Business Models and Innovative Practices of Cross-Sectoral Cultural and Creative Collaboration explores compelling solutions for small and medium-sized European Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) enterprises as a response to the obstacles that they are facing. How can cutting-edge digital technology support CCI in improving their international competitiveness? How does the fact that these technologies are all relying heavily on data affect the CCI sectors in keeping pace with the digital transition? With the help of their networks and members, the partners lead an in-depth conversation with CCI sectors, reaching out to various experts. This intense knowledge exchange and joint effort to come to beneficial cross-sectoral solutions feeds into innovative business models. The data-driven workflow using intelligent tools and processes is demonstrated in an experimental environment: the innovative business model and workflow lab. The project’s core objective is to provide a sound body of knowledge to build data-driven business models across sectors. To this end, the project ensures an informed knowledge and experience exchange among stakeholders of different CCI sectors along the value chain for a data-driven business approach.
CCI Thrive reaches out to sectors throughout the CCI and involve a range of relevant experts. To onboard solutions, the project negotiates with many pan-European CCI platforms, registers, databases, etc. The results consist of recommendations for the cross-sectoral use, sharing of data and tools providing the best sustainable support for the CCI, including micro companies and SMEs.
CCI Thrive shows the value of cross-sectoral business models for the CCI that are innovative and viable along the value chain from pre-production to post-production, as well as distribution and marketing, to make excellent use of data and digital technologies to improve their business and competitiveness.
CreditsProject website: https://cci-thrive.eu/
Partners: BGZ Berliner Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (DE), Ars Electronica (AT), IMZ International Music & Media Centre (AT), Spielfabrique (DE), Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (NL), Centrica (IT), Beta Series (FR)
Funding scheme: Creative Europe
Duration: 1.5.2022 – 30.4.2024
CCI Thrive is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.
BGZ Berliner Gesellschaft für internationale Zusammenarbeit (DE)
IMZ International Music & Media Centre (AT)
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (NL)
Beta Series (FR)