Conference was organised in Brussels under the title “Cultural and creative industries: employment, development, and Europe’s digital future”.

12 / October 2016

At the initiative of European Parliament Members Christian Ehler and Pervenche Berès, a high-level conference was organised in Brussels under the title “Cultural and creative industries: employment, development, and Europe’s digital future”. The Chairman of Círculo Fortuny, Carlos Falcó, Marqués de Griñón, representing ECCIA (European Cultural and Creative Industries Alliance) highlighted the luxury industry’s commitment towards enhancing professional training as a strategy for fostering entrepreneurship and employment among young people. Carlos Falcó announced the initiative to design a European Master Craftsman diploma that places value on creative craftspeople, thereby attracting new and future talent to craft trades.

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