Entrepreneurship in the Creative Industries: An by Colette Henry

By Colette Henry

The inventive Industries characterize an essential, intriguing and quickly altering box of task; one who is now regarded as a key progress region within the knowledge-based economic climate. besides the fact that, there's nonetheless a basic lack of expertise of what's intended by way of the time period 'Creative Industry', and curiously, so far, the artistic area has now not been the topic of concerted educational examine. hence, this well timed publication goals to notify lecturers, coverage makers, aid firms and inventive marketers approximately present precedence concerns at the artistic Industries study time table, and structures a few of the key demanding situations but to be addressed. top lecturers care for a variety of matters in the artistic Industries throughout diversified nations and contexts and the e-book presents necessary insights into the inventive entrepreneurial method from a global standpoint.

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Entrepreneuring (Aggestam, 2004; Bjerke, 1989; Fletcher, 2003), which is what entrepreneurs do, is an act of creation and a pursuit of opportunity (for example, De Koning, 2003; Venkataraman, 1997). All entrepreneuring begins with creative ideas (Aggestam, 2004; Bjerke, 1989). Art-entrepreneurs, it is argued, as representative of the music industry, operate close to the root processes of entrepreneuring that involve ideas conceived, shaped and transformed into unique creations and eventually into commodities.

This understanding suggests that art-entrepreneurs tend to construe situations corporately and that their entrepreneurial orientation is creativitydriven. Hence, the focus of this chapter is the music industry conceptualized as an entrepreneurial-venturing endeavour. ART-ENTREPRENEURS IN SCANDINAVIAN COUNTRIES The intention of the following sections is to provide a short overview of music industries in five Scandinavian countries. They are presented as casestudies of each country that illustrate common territorial and, to some extent, similar socio-economic backgrounds.

Html. pdf. pdf. pdf. 28 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. The nature of creative entrepreneurship The latest update with 2002/03 data was done by the IP Academy in collaboration with WIPO (see IP Academy, 2006). According to UNESCO, ‘cultural goods generally refer to those consumer goods which convey ideas, symbols, and ways of life. They inform or entertain, contribute to build collective identity and influence cultural practices. The result of individual or collective creativity – thus copyright-based cultural goods are reproduced and boosted by industrial processes and worldwide distribution.

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