ECCIA report on the contribution of the High-End Cultural and Creative Industries to the European economy has been launched at the European Parliament

December 09 2014

The ECCIA report on the contribution of the High-End Cultural and Creative Industries to the European economy has been launched on December 9 at the European Parliament Member Salon. 

Michael Ward, President of ECCIA, and Silvia Costa, Chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Culture and Education, Antonio Tajani, First Vice-President of the European Parliament and Cecilia Wilkstrom, MEP, Rapporteur on the Revision of the European Trade Mark Package, hosted the launch of the report highlighting 28% growth and the creation of 200,000 jobs for the sector in three years.   

Honorary Speaker was Elzbieta Bienkowska, EU Commissioner in charge of the Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs. 

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