“STIMULART” project is stimulating culture and creativity in Vittorio Veneto and other Italian municipalities
The ERDF-funded project has over 2 million euros budget
- February 13, 2019 17:25
- Monika Dimitrova
In Italy, the cultural and creative industry is one of the biggest economic sectors. Vittorio Veneto, Italian town in the province of Treviso, is one of the 25 most developed European regions in respect of its cultural and creative significance. The aim of the ERDF-funded “STIMULART” project is to foster cooperation on cultural resources for sustainable growth in a bid to increase Vittorio Veneto’s competitiveness through its creative and cultural industries. The project will support Vittorio Veneto, as well as the other Italian municipalities involved – to further develop their creative and cultural industries, thanks to input and expertise from both private and not-for-profit partners. Scheduled for completion in 2021, the project will benefit from just over 2 million euros in funding from the ERDF.
The team of the project will carry out research, small investments and experiments with the aim of testing integrated services to stimulate the development of innovative companies operating in the cultural and creative sectors. Ultimately, “STIMULART” wants to transform the industrial ecosystem of a city like Vittorio Veneto, bringing new life and energy to existing companies in the area.
Source: European Commission
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