Creative Tracks is an EU project designed to connect existing networks of young entrepreneurs active in the cultural and creative sectors across the world.
Aware of the importance of increased cultural diversity and wider sharing of values, Creative Tracks aims at setting up and supporting a young creative entrepreneurs’ digital platform that will offer a wide array of services and events, unlocking a new generation of creative entrepreneurs and accelerating their professional development.
Creative Track is committed to
• Fostering opportunities for young creative entrepreneurs worldwide, connecting them and capacitating them to operate transnationally and internationally in the cultural and creative sectors.
• Providing an easy-to-navigate interface to help young creative entrepreneurs quickly and intuitively understand the learning and development that is available to them.
• Fostering a culture of collaboration through interactive tools that seed this culture.
• Providing an innovative platform that engages networks of creative entrepreneurs, driving participation and sharing.
Creative Tracks seeks to enhance international and cross sectorial exchanges of experience, improving access of local culture practitioners/artists/creative professionals to networks around the world, allowing young creative entrepreneurs to share their concerns and discuss their different needs.
By networks, we understand platforms, creative hubs, clusters, trade associations, public or private enterprises/agencies, public/private funds, publicly/privately funded initiatives (and awards), bringing together young entrepreneurs from the cultural and creative sectors and also networks that are not exclusively focused on young creative entrepreneurs, but also include them.
By young creative entrepreneurs, we understand engaged and active cultural and creative operators and/or artists below 40 years old, working in arts/culture organisations and/or running/setting up their own creative enterprise/company/initiative in the cultural and creative sectors).