Promoting investment in the cultural and creative sector: financing needs, trends and opportunities [Recurs electrònic] / prepared for ECCE Innovation – Nantes Métropole

KEA European Affairs.
Publisher: Bruxelles : KEA, 2010Online resources: Accés al document Summary: This report has been produced on behalf of Nantes Métropole. It provides an analysis of the financing needs of the cultural and creative sector. It also looks at the existing trends and identifies opportunities for improvements in access to finance within the sector in some European countries. It aims to raise awareness amongst policy makers of the financing schemes and support measures that can enable the development of the cultural and creative industries (CCIs). It wishes to encourage private investment in the sector. (Font: Autor)
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This report has been produced on behalf of Nantes Métropole. It provides an analysis of the financing needs of the cultural and creative sector. It also looks at the existing trends and identifies opportunities for improvements in access to finance within the sector in some European countries. It aims to raise awareness amongst policy makers of the financing schemes and support measures that can enable the development of the cultural and creative industries (CCIs). It wishes to encourage private investment in the sector. (Font: Autor)

The Assignment -- Part I. The dimensions of the cultural and creative industries in the EU : 1. The economic and social dimension ; 2. The regional dimension ; 3. The EU dimension -- Part II. The characteristics of the cultural and creative sectors: 1. Main special features of cultural and creative businesses; 2. Financial needs of CCIs ; 3. Problems to access finance -- Part III. Financial tools : 1. Introduction and state of play ; 2. Debt-based finance and Guarantees : a. Debt-based finance ; b. Guarantees ; 3. Equity finance : a. Venture and mezzanine capital ; b. Business angels ; c. P2P finance to attract investments from the general public ; 4. Tax incentives and public subsidies : a. Tax incentives ; b. Public grants and cultural, industrial and innovation policies -- Part IV. Non-monetary measures and investment readiness schemes : 1. IR Programmes ; 2. Support programmes for investors ; 3. Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and legal advisory services ; 4. Incubation services -- Part V. EU opportunities: 1. Culture and Media Programmes ; 2. The Cohesion Policy and the Structural Funds ; 3. Seventh Research Framework Programme ; 4. Competitiveness and Innovation Programme (CIP) 5. Lifelong Learning Programme ; 6. European Investment Bank (EIB) and the European Investment Fund (EIF) -- Part VI. Conclusions and Recommendations -- Annexes: 1. List of main financing instruments in ECCEi countries (non-exhaustive) ; 2. Support and advice services ; 3. Bibliography

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