Trend setter, entertainer and lyrically-solid are just some of the words used to describe this dynamic exponent of the arts.
For the first time, in this EY (formerly Ernst & Young) study, the economic and social contribution of cultural and creative industries (CCI) worldwide has been assessed, detailing the major contribution of our industries to the global economy in terms of both revenues and jobs, in addition to the benefits they provide in terms of cultural diversity.
Some important conclusions emerged from the study:
Cultural and Creative Industries (CCI) are a massive contributor to the world economy and a key driver of the digital economy. They are strategic assets for national and regional economies, creating millions of jobs, boosting cities’ attractiveness and improving the quality of life in developed as well as in emerging countries. CCI aims to build a creative world through promoting Author’s Rights, improving online monetization and nurturing talent.
CISAC works to protect the rights and promote the interests of creators across all regions of the world and artistic fields; music, audiovisual, drama, literature and visual arts. CISAC aims to secure fair remuneration for creators for the use of theirs works anywhere in the world.