State Policy in the Creative Economy: Basic Tools and Strategies

08 Jun , 14:00–15:15
BRICS Creative Business Forum
pavilion G, conference hall G7

2023 was a key year for the creative sector’s understanding of its role in economic development as it becomes increasingly tied to government policy and drives Russia’s development. Strategic documents have fixed key indicators until 2030, looking to increase the share of GDP in the creative economy from 3.5 to 6 per cent. Which industries will drive GDP growth and export potential? How does the creative economy affect other industries? What key trends are affecting the creative industries? What steps can be taken to drive growth in the industry? How do strategies for the creative economy vary from region to region and what has already been done?

Ekaterina Cherkes-zade, Director of the Center for the Development of Creative Economy, Agency for Strategic Initiatives to Promote New Projects

Borislav Volodin, Director, National Open Championship of Creative Competencies Art Masters
Tatyana Karavaeva, Deputy General Director, Director of the Center for Spatial Development of the Center for Strategic Research Foundation
Andrey Konovalov, Director of the Territory Development Department, Far East and Arctic Development Corporation
Tatyana Korneva, Senior Managing Director; Director, Human Potential Development Department, People and Culture Unit, Sberbank
Denis Kravchenko, Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on Economic Policy
Vasiliy Ovchinnikov,
Elena Reshetova, First Vice President at the Association of Communication Agencies in Russia
Grigory Solomin, Managing Partner of the Novaya Zemlya Design and Consulting Company
Elena Shumakova, Deputy Governor of Khanty‑Mansi Autonomous Area–Yugra