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The cultural and creative industry is a new term for an age-old activity: cultural production from piece of art to (board) game, from music to architecture. A standard, Germany-wide definition covering 11 different branches was only adopted in 2009 by the Conference of Economics Ministers of the Federal States. There is still no standard definition in Europe.

Graphic:Kreativ-Report NRW. Quelle: Creative.NRW

"The cultural and creative economy is becoming increasingly attractive for artists and other creative people. This is also shown by the growth in the number of freelancers. With fresh, creative ideas, artists provide not only growth and prosperity. With their high-quality cultural assets they make a fundamental contribution to the modernisation and sustainability of our society. Above all, I see the promotion of the cultural and creative economy as a cultural policy task." The Commissioner of the federal government for cultre and media, Prof. Monika Grütters, MdB

"The cultural and creative economy is an important market for us. The very significant growth in employment in particular as shown by the monitoring report underlines the strong economic importance of this sector. With its high innovation potential, the cultural and creative economy is also an important source of inspiration for other sectors of the economy. In order to further develop the associated economic and cultural potentials, we will be expanding the cultural and creative economy initiative of the Federal Government. In this digital age in particular, we need close cooperation between the cultural and creative economy and companies from other sectors." The parliamentary State Secretary for the Federal Minister of econmic and energie, Brigitte Zypries, MdB

Quelle:http://www.bundesregierung.de/Content/DE/Pressemitteilungen/BPA/2014/02/2014-02-17-bkm-kultur-und-kreativwirtschaft.html

Eleven Sectors

The term culture and creative industries summarizes the eleven core sectors or submarkets music market, book market, art market, film industry, broadcasting industry, market for performing arts, design industry, architecture market, pr

Eleven Sectors

The term culture and creative industries summarizes the eleven core sectors or submarkets music market, book market, art market, film industry, broadcasting industry, market for performing arts, design industry, architecture market, press market, advertising market and Software/Games industry. The basis of these markets is the creative act. Thereby the definition is compatible with the European core distinction of the European commission as well as with the worldwide reference model, the British creative industries concept.
<//span>Quelle: German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (pub.): Culture and Creative Industries in Germany. PRpetuum GmbH, Munich / Harzdruckerei, Wernigerode, February 2009, p. 3.
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Culture and creative industries in the ruhr

In 2012 about 10.300 self-employed people and companies with a total of 35.300 subjet to social insurance contributions workforce in the

Culture and creative industries in the ruhr

In 2012 about 10.300 self-employed people and companies with a total of 35.300 subjet to social insurance contributions workforce in the culture and creative industries are located in the metropolitan area Ruhr. The regional culture and creative industries counts approximate 45.530 working people. Therefore the number of employees rises in the time period from 2009 to 2012 about 0,4%. For this reason approximately every fifth culture- and creative person of North Rhine-Westphalia is working in the Ruhr region. In 2012 the cci companies in the metropolitan area Ruhr generate a yearly turnover of € 6,0 billion. Pit against the turnover per company and the turnover per workforce, the region outvalue the federal government average, but remains beneath the county level of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Source
: Prognos Study, potency analysis for the creative industry Ruhr, 2014

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Cultural and Creative Industries in Germany

According to the monitoring report 2013 on the German cultural and creative industries, the number of people employe in this sector grew between 2009 and 2013 by an average about 2,9 percent and the value 2

Cultural and Creative Industries in Germany

According to the monitoring report 2013 on the German cultural and creative industries, the number of people employe in this sector grew between 2009 and 2013 by an average about 2,9 percent and the value 2013 is 1,039 billion. The number of employees subject to social security contributions (790.744) shows an increase of 3,3% by comparison to the preceding year and has a proportion of 2,67% at the overall economy. The turnover in the sector developes positive and rises up to 145 billion euro, however very different in the submarkets. Overall there are 249.000 companies working in the German cultural and creative industries.
Source:Monitoring to selected economic parameters of the culture- and creative economy 2013, on behalf of Ministry of economy and industrie, 2014.
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Monitoring to selected economic parameters of the culture- and creative economy 2013, on behalf of Ministry of economy and industrie, 2014.
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NRW Regional Association Ruhr / STADTart: Cultural and creative industries in the Ruhr: a comparative analysis by town types, short study. Dortmund, December 2009.
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