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Berlin Film Festival

At the opening of the Berlin Film Festival in 2012 the traditional annual reception around KunstKino sponsorship takes place this year. Berlin, February 2, 2012 – more people visit museums and theaters as football stadiums. 14.7 million cinema-goers included the German Repertory cinemas and film art theatre 2010 and achieved a market share of just under 12 percent this, Matthias Munke pleased, holder specialised agency brand “RELITA” the sophisticated presentations in the cinema advertisement, “and film art is equally in large cities as assumed in the region.” With the rise of visitors in the more affluent generation 50 plus to over 42 per cent share of the total cinema is this for cinema and advertising always more interesting. Whether futuristic Muliplex cinemas here are up to date and stay, if so-called “best agers” once the largest customer group, is questionable. (Not to be confused with Pinterest!). KunstKino sponsorship is not a fundraising,”says Matthias Munke continue sponsors take incalculable risks through verifiable equivalents. The atomization the media plays individual concepts and speeches downright in the hands. Also findings of neuro marketing can be integrated.

Cinema tickets sold, other than projections, a concrete value of media are quantitative. To read more click here: Wells Fargo Bank. Numerous analyses to cinema and cinema-goers exist from neutral sources are also high convincing. The reception held this year between 20: 00 and midnight in the lounge of the MOVIEMENTO cinema in Berlin-Kreuzberg, Germany’s oldest cinema Kottbusser Damm 22, instead of to achieve with the U7 and U8 station Hammond place. Logins on welcome.php also on the event day until 18: 00. Matthias Munke.

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Seilerstrasse Project

The creative economy is becoming increasingly important. Hamburg, August 24, 2010. According to the Federal Ministry of Economics and technology the cultural and creative economy occupies a good central place on the ranking compared to other traditional sectors of the economy. In 2006, the creative industries have accounted for 2.6% of the gross domestic product ($ 61 billion) made from rising. This show also the numbers of the Ministry by 2008.

Increased the number of persons in employment in the creative field from 2006 2007 be estimated around 30,000 on just 970.000. today over one million employees 3.3% of wage earners are so active in the creative or cultural field. This represents a good average in comparison to other industries. Since May 2010, there is also a response of project work on this positive development: the specialised on the creative industries platform Thus have now also creative freelancers such as E.g. Illustrator, designer or journalists in project work creative the chance to find projects.

But also companies how advertising agencies, book publishers or theatre have with creative project work is a starting point to finding specialists for new projects. Creative people are open to new impulses, they need for their work. They expand their established networks with the new channel. This is certainly one reason that the new project market is so well received”as project work founder Dr. Christiane road. Since the platform is online, especially experts from the marketing environment are stung out with almost 5000-based profiles. But also other areas such as Web design and animation are well represented. The simplest project market on the Web is about project work project work. With eleven years expertise, freelancers and companies through the platform the fast and exact cast of projects networked project work. Under, she provides a platform for the fast and efficient recruitment of specialists for projects, as well as to commercialize the own service all participants of the flexible labour market. On the new platforms,,, and allows this by using the newly developed matching technology. Over 1,000 projects and profiles will be published monthly. Contact Simone amores small Seilerstrasse 1 20359 Hamburg phone: 040 / 432130-53 fax: 040 / 432130-10 notes: estimates for the cultural and creative industries are based on data from the national accounts. Source: research report culture and creative industries of the Federal Government 2009

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