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September 3, 2021, 09:01

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About 40 events were held at the Moscow site, at which nearly 100 specialists and leaders of the creative industry took part.

The metropolitan site Created in Moscow was visited by about three thousand people within the framework of the Russian creative week. Told about it Natalia Sergunina, Deputy Mayor of Moscow.

“Created in Moscow hosted nearly 100 well-known experts and industry leaders, and the total number of visitors was about three thousand. All areas of Moscow’s creative economy demonstrate good potential. The list of the largest employers now includes companies that specialize in publishing, advertising, architecture, fashion, cinema, video game development, ”said the deputy mayor.

Russian Creative Week is the largest event in the country for representatives of creative specialties. It was held from 26 to 29 August in Gorky Park. More than 300 events were held, more than 700 speakers took part in them. The program was dedicated to creative projects and innovative developments in various fields – from sound design to computer graphics.

The metropolitan venue hosted about 40 special events, including public talks, film screenings, as well as master classes on branding and sound design, mobile cinema and animation. Business sessions include Digital in Theater and Urban + art. Experts discussed promising trends, sustainable development issues, and the introduction of digital technologies.

In addition, the Moscow site hosted the Sustainable Creative Expo exhibition, which told about the projects of creative entrepreneurs.

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Moscow creates the necessary conditions for the development of creative business. For example, at the end of August, Winzavod opened service center for creative industries… There is also a creative technopark in the city. Its residents can receive subsidies of up to 10 million rubles a year for the purchase of equipment.

Several more creative spaces are considered as future creative technology parks.

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