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Thrive! Entrepreneurial skills as solid base for a future in the Creative Industry

The “Thrive! Entrepreneurial skills as solid base for a future in the Creative Industry” project has as central aim to support the (young) (female) entrepreneurs and companies and its employees in the creative sector to go through a transformation and innovation process that is necessary to survive the present times and to become a company with a sustainable business case. The project results will be the relevant profiles of the companies at various stages in this path of development until the year 2026. The core of the company profiles will be the description of core competences and entrepreneurial skills that have to be present in the company at management level and the entrepreneurial skills at the level of the employees.

2014, The pastEurope now has the largest internal market in the world, an educated workforce, and many of the world’s leading innovative companies. And we are among the world’s top performers in excellent science and innovative products.

2016Printmediacompanies have experienced poor years in the years past, where sales fell. The cause of this deterioration is an acceleration in the decline in volumes of newspapers and magazines in particular

Media landscape in 2018Capturing attention and value in today's global multi-speed media landscape has never been more challenging.  The past 20 years have brought a wave of disruption in technologies, distribution, and formats.

Life in the year 20202020 is only four years away and yet it’s a nice round number to use as a milestone from which to judge the progress of technology in the 21st Century. Some visions on 2020

2026! What will the world look like?Ten years from now. What will the communication and media landscape look like? The future of media is changing seemingly every day. Users are moving away from desktop and toward mobile