ECCIA launches the study done by Frontier Economics on the value of the cultural and creative industries to the European economy in the presence of European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani.

June 06 2012

At a time when discussions on how to promote growth lead the EU’s agenda, a study by Frontier Economics, commissioned by ECCIA, reveals the importance of the European luxury sector as a key driver for European jobs and competitiveness.

The study has been launched on June 5th at the European Parliament in the presence of European Commission Vice-President Antonio Tajani and shows that being based on culture, craftsmanship and creativity, the luxury business model is underpinned by continuous innovation, a relentless focus on quality, high skilled European employment and strong export abroad.

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