KEA European Affairs
KEA is a Brussels-based consultancy specialised in culture, creativity, media and sports.
Our mission is to take the lead in advising the creative, cultural and sport operators, and to establish a benchmark for studies in the creative, sport and cultural sectors.
KEA advises territories, organisations and people to unlock the potential of cultural and creative industries.
KEA – committed to supporting creative and knowledge-based companies and institutions
KEA is a Brussels-based research and advisory company specialising in providing advice, support and research in relation to creative industries, cultural, entertainment, media and sport sectors since 1999. We also have an office in Shenzhen (China).
KEA’s mission is to highlight the contribution of culture and sport to the European project, economic and social development and sustainability. KEA investigates the substance of policy measures and their logic in relation to the promotion of creative expressions and media.
Our services include research and analysis, public affairs strategy, public relations, fund raising, network management and event management.
KEA’s clients range from SME’s to high profile corporations, government agencies, local and regional authorities, NGO’s, EU institutions and trade associations.
Through the delivery of a wide and varied portfolio of quality research and project management assignments, the company is recognized for its leading expertise on the creative industries and cultural sector, coupling professional front-line knowledge with an informed appreciation of the strategic and political issues for the sector.
Our multilingual and multinational team is highly experienced in fields that require specialist knowledge and skills; they understand Europe’s cultural and political diversity.
Our areas of specialisation include:
▪ Cultural development strategy (advice for regions, cities, states)
▪ Corporate plans / business development
▪ Creative and cultural industries
▪ Trade, cooperation, development
▪ EC law: Competition, Intellectual Property
▪ Education, youth
▪ EU project management
▪ Access to EU funding (Creative Europe, URBACT, Interreg, Horizon 2020)
▪ Access to funding under EU assistance programmes
▪ Linguistic and cultural diversity