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More than 150 speakers and 20 keynotes took part in the “Meet the Zebras” webinar series between 15 and 21 April, which highlighted all the facets of the professions that make up the creative industries*.

“In preparing this series of webinars, we realised how often creatives feel a bit alone or isolated,” says Marc Lis, manager of the Luxembourg Creative Industries Cluster. “This makes it very hard for them to remain creative! They need to share their inspiration and to get closer to others. These four days of exchange came just the right time. They were able to find out what others are doing, join in and contribute to the discussions, explain how they are facing the crisis and what their development prospects are.”

The exchanges provided a better understanding of the ecosystem surrounding the creative industries and the range of services, financial tools and other infrastructures on which they can rely to start or develop their businesses.

The also highlighted each of the branches of the creative industries and show how the transversality and variety of skills is beneficial for the whole economy.

 

* architecture (engineering/urbanism), crafts and manufacturing, visual arts, film and audiovisual, design, fashion design, gaming, marketing and communication, literature, digital media and media publishing, performing arts and music

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