“Collaboration between public and private sector is key, with strong civil society representation, which consists of creative, cultural and business tech sectors, co-designing impactful policies and collaborations across Europe”

This research is part of the MakersXchange project (Makers’ Mobility Pilot project), co-funded by the European Union and coordinated by the European Creative Hubs Network (ECHN) in partnership with Fab Lab BarcelonaUPTEC and Makery. The survey was designed by the Poligon Creative Centre, a member of ECHN, in co-production with the Centre for Creativity (CzK) and the analysis of the data and final report was prepared by IDEA Consult.

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