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Cultivating Student Leadership and Entrepreneurship in Museums, Arts, and Culture: A Webinar – May 25, 2022
On May 25, 2022, Talent MATCH will host Jules André-Brown (a leadership consultant, and an appointed member of the BC Arts Council) for a discussion about student leadership and entrepreneurship in the museums, arts, and culture sectors. This free webinar will take...
Reel Green™ now offers free Carbon Calculator training for all film industry professionals in British Columbia and Canada. Derived from one of the motion picture industry’s leading carbon calculators, albert, Reel Green™ has adapted a carbon calculator for British...
Province of BC supports the recovery of B.C.’s music sector with a $2.5 million boost to the Amplify BC program
Province bolsters support for live music events Province of British Columbia NEWS RELEASE For Immediate Release 2022TACS0031-000746 May 18, 2022 Ministry of Tourism, Arts, Culture and Sport VICTORIA – The Province is supporting the recovery of B.C.’s live music sector...
Creative BC funding programs drive not only the creation but the export of domestic content. The organization champions exposure of creators and their products at global markets with the intent to position domestic businesses for incremental success, as these industries are highly dependent on export sales and foreign investment. Creative BC facilitates strategic networks and positions B.C. at events and fairs where global content is exchanged.
This economy is one in which competition is growing as quickly as consumer demand for the sector’s product. For inbound and outbound trade missions in the sector, Creative BC investments support travel, hosting, networking opportunities, delegation funding, promotion, presence and participation. The intent is to build B.C.’s creative industries brand internationally, stimulate investment in the production of B.C.- based intellectual property, and support global players to establish and do business in B.C.
Music BC Travel Grants provide assistance to B.C.-based artists to participate in touring and showcasing initiatives, and B.C.-based companies and individuals undertaking business travel activities in support of the B.C. music community.
Ministry of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation
The Ministry of Jobs, Economic Recovery and Innovation manages government services that help support and maintain the strong and diverse economy that British Columbians need for long-term prosperity. It supports the growth of B.C.’s tech sector, champions innovation across the economy, nurtures small businesses, supports economic development throughout the province, and promotes B.C. internationally as a preferred place to invest and do business.
Trade and Invest British Columbia
Trade and Invest BC leverages the province’s extensive trade and investment experience to help organizations and investors find success doing business in British Columbia, Canada. Their teams are in Canadian embassies and consulates in cities around the world.
Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Arts, culture and heritage represent more than $57 billion in the Canadian economy and close to 673,000 jobs in sectors such as film and video, broadcasting, music, publishing, archives, performing arts, heritage institutions, festivals and celebrations.
Marketing B.C. to the World
Passport to Markets Program
Magazine Travel Support Program
Market Expansion Fund
International Industry Initiatives Program
Motion Picture Co-Production
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