Creative Ports

What is it

The Creative Ports project brings together public authorities and business support organisations, cultural institutes and researchers to stimulate the internationalisation of the cultural and creative sectors. The majority of design, art, fashion, publishing, audio visual and gaming companies in the Baltic Sea region are medium-sized and often lack the networks to access international markets.

Creative Ports provides knowledge, facilitates exchange and develops tools to train and connect business support organisations with public authorities.

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The CCI Secretariat

The CCI Secretariat is a part of the Creative Ports project, and it operates as a contact point providing international connections, offering internationalisation guidance and information on the Creative Ports project to CCI stakeholders, support organisations and actors. If you are looking for international cooperation possibilities and contacts, need knowledge on how to implement international CCI activities or just want to know more about Creative Ports, feel free to contact the Secretariat at

The CCI Secretariat also connects the EU National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC members) to CCI support organisations and public authorities in the Baltic Sea Region, creating and facilitating partnerships called ‘Tandems’ that plan joint activities. 

The Secretariat will, furthermore, be a durable platform for lasting cooperation on a transnational level which will help ensure the continuation of the results of the Creative Ports project after the project’s lifetime.

The Secretariat is operated day-to-day by the Danish Cultural Institute in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania

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