|Title of the Programme||Culture|
|Title of the Project||Development Program for Cultural and Creative Industries|
|Number of the Project||KU-CB2-013|
Innovation Centre INION
|Project Partner from Donor State|
Entreprenerdy AS (Norway)
Regional association of art
Project duration (phase of the project): 03/2022 – 09/2023
Target group: Artists, Students, Entrepreneurs
|Total Eligible Costs|
107 362 EUR
58 490 EUR (54 %)
Project contributes to capacity building of umbrella associations by providing representatives and members of the associations with development program that will improve their entrepreneurial skillset and thinking. Project reacts on strong need of sector players who have a low access to development programs that would stimulate their entrepreneurial capabilities.
The project is solving the urgent need by creating such a development program in cooperation with Norwegian partner Entreprenerdy, which has an extensive experience in creation of such programs. Entreprenerdy runs program dedicated to players in Cultural and Creative Industries in Nordic countries. The project will take advantage of this unique experience for establishment of the Development Program for Cultural and Creative Industries in the Czech Republic.
The project will start by mapping specific needs of twelve selected associations and their members. Main activity is represented by preparation and realization of five training rounds of the development program. Each round is four month long and consists of two parts. The first part is standardized, the second part is tailored to concrete needs of participants.
The project will be beneficial for representatives and members of associations. By participating in the development program the representatives of the associations will understand how to provide better value for the area and members they represent. By participating in the development program the members of the associations will understand how they can develop and manage their project as entrepreneurs. If we improve entrepreneurial skillset of representatives and members, the overall capacity of associations will improve.