CSS-Ebla coorganizes the “Creative Cities: Opportunities for Economic Development” panel, included in the 27th edition of the Economic Forum program in Krynica Zdrój, Poland, from 5 to 7 September 2017 .

The first part of the meeting is dedicated to the UNESCO Creative Cities Network, with an in-depth study on measuring creativity and on opportunities for economic development and entrepreneurship linked to the cultural and creative industries. The second session, called “The Potential of Creative and Culture Industry”, sees the contributions of five of the most interesting cases of creative cities in Europe.

The Krynica Economic Forum is the largest conference in Central and Eastern Europe and involves policy makers, academics and civil society. Followed by over 500 journalists, the Economic Forum boasts over 3,000 guests per year from over 60 countries in Europe, Asia and America.

The full program of the Economic Forum is available at this link.