According to Sebrae (Brazilian Micro and Small Enterprises’ Support Service), “creative economy is a set of business based on intellectual and cultural capital and creativity that generates economic value.” But how big is this economic sector? How much money and jobs does it generate? How is it distributed around the world and in how many areas can it be split?
To answer these and other questions, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) partnered with consulting firm EY to prepare the report ”Cultural Times: The first global map of cultural and creative industries”. This material, considered a major reference in the field, details these and other aspects of this business activity.
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Content published in July 5, 2019