For the first time in the history of the event, the European Creative Industries Summit 2022 will take place in Prague. The international conference will take place at La Fabrica and the Prague Creative Centre, with the participation of professional leaders of the cultural and creative industries, stakeholders and representatives of sectoral organisations from the country and the entire European Union.
The main theme of the international conference is transformation. As the whole world is undergoing its green, social and digital transformation, the cultural and creative industries offer a way to navigate this transformation sustainably, ethically and with high economic added value.
This year's #ECIS22 GREEN Conference stands for the re-imagination, re-focusing and re-framing of policies for the cultural creative sectors and industries (CCSI). The 2022 European Creative Industries Summit (#ECIS22) “GREEN” is a collaborative event of the European Creative Business Network (ECBN) and Creative Prague. Find more information and register here.
The European Creative Industries Summit (ECIS) is an annual conference that brings together creative professionals, sectorial organizations and policy makers to discuss the latest developments in the European creative industries and engage in conversations about future developments.
ECIS22 is organised by Creative Prague together with the City of Prague, ECB Network and under the auspices of the Czech EU Presidency.
Prague, Czech Republic
The Policy Forum presents current opportunities for the development of the cultural and creative sectors (CCS) at EU level, from the New European Bauhaus (NEB) to the Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC).
The Stakeholder Forum brings together actual projects showing the way in which ECBN partners deal with transition and how such solutions are transferable.
The Czech Creatives Forum will present Czech projects with international reach along with Czech innovative solutions from both the private and public sectors.
Networking party at the Prague Creative Centre on Old Town Square.