The major international conference “Creative Entrepreneurship for a Competitive Economy” took place in Tallinn, Estonia last week. Spread over 3 days, the conference saw more than 30 speakers and 200 participants from all over the world gather to discuss ways in which creative entrepreneurship can improve innovation and competitiveness internationally. The conference was a vast success with many discussions and ideas being presented on supporting growth in the creative industries, the creative economy, the role of cities and regions, creative and cultural education, intercultural cooperation and more.
Videos, blogs, interviews, photos, presentations and other materials are all available on the conference website:
The conference was underpinned by the Tallinn Manifesto – a document co-curated by the moderator (Tom Fleming) and the conference speakers. The Tallinn Manifesto will be enriched by the outcomes of the conference and will be published in the following months.
Working version of the Tallinn Manifesto: