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  • Innovation for Urban Challenges: Agenda

    Throughout the world, social enterprise is on the rise. Dubbed the new “fourth sector”, this hybrid form of for-profit/non-profit business is forecast to have a global value of $500bn-a-year within 5-10 years. However, in all economies, the establishment of social enterprise as a distinct, flour › More

    • 16.02.2010
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  • Creative Cities Warsaw: update

    The programme for ‘Creative Cities: Innovation for Urban Challenges’ is now shaping up and applications are rolling in from social and creative enterprises from across the world. The purpose of the event is to support social and creative entrepreneurs across Europe grow their enterprises: and we › More

    • 11.02.2010
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  • Snowy Secrets Behind Creative Cities

    We are getting ready for our Videnskabscafé  debate tonight with three experts on cities and creativity. A few hours ago I met with Neil McInroy from CLES who just managed to land in Copenhagen before the snow storm this afternoon started. The event starts at 20.00 CET. Please › More

    • 02.02.2010
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  • How to create creative cities?

    While a gentle snow storm has covered the city centre of Copenhagen under a white sheet, we are invited to join in the Science Cafe by tonights gentle host Gert Balling. Questions start popping up from the very start.   WHat have been the strategies for creating creative cities in recent year › More

    • 02.02.2010
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  • What are the basics for making creative, resilient cities?

    Research has shown that you can actually find some common conditions that are necessary to create creative cities. Here are some the notes from the presentations. 1. A creative city has a lot of busy bees. Active and social individuals who can make a difference for themselves and their communities › More

    • 02.02.2010
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