Creative industries have their origin in individual creativity, skill and talent and that have a potential for wealth and job creation through the generation and exploitation of intellectual property. Creative industries encompass major segments including: artisanal products; visual arts; performing arts; cinema and audiovisual media; literature, books and publishing; and others.
The UNCTAD/UNDP classification of creative industries is divided into four broad groups: HERITAGE, ARTS, MEDIA, AND FUNCTIONAL CREATIONS, including creative services such as architectural, advertising, cultural and recreational, creative research and development (R&D), digital and other related creative services.
In celebration of the 15th year of Cebu Business Month (CBM) this June, the Cebu Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCCI), the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI)-Cebu and in partnership with multi-sectoral stakeholders such as the Creative Cebu Council, are pleased to invite you to the “1st CEBU CREATIVE INDUSTRIES SUMMIT” on June 21 – 22, 2011 at the City Sports Club Cebu.
Headlining the theme “Entrepreneurship Interface with Creativity and Innovation,” this 2-day Summit features the Creative Industries as the country’s new growth sector and a source for business/economic opportunities and a promising avenue to expand your strategic alliances/business tie-ups.
The Summit will present valuable insights, updates, discussions, and action programs on creativity and innovation as drivers of economic development in the Philippines and the world market; strengthen appreciation on the practical value of intellectual property (IP) rights; promote exchange of knowledge, experiences and approaches to creative entrepreneurship and “technopreneurship;” and share best practices on creativity and innovation for business excellence, growth and global competitiveness.
Participation fee is only Php 600.00 for the 2-day Summit, if paid on or before June 15, 2011.
Beyond June 15, registration fee will be Php 800.00. Owing to limited seats, confirmation of participants is required, so we encourage you to avail of the early bird rate of Php 600.00, which already covers lunch and AM/PM snacks for 2 days and presentation materials.
For information and reservations, please contact the Summit Secretariat at tel. nos. 253-2631 local 18; 412-1863; fax: 254-0840; 412-1856 (look for Tessie Emphasis or Kim Estalani), or email email@example.com.
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