GCIN2015

Entrepreneurship in creative industries

Credits:

Period:

Assessment:

6

1st semester

100% coursework

Prerequisite:

Nil

Co-requisite:

Nil

Description

Interdisciplinary elective course


Creative entrepreneurs bridge the gap between arts/culture and economy/consumption. They are keys in defining what culture to be consumed and promoted. This course discusses the most critical essences of a successful Creative entrepreneur. It showcases a holistic approach of entrepreneurial process and the importance of creativity and innovation in modern cultural industrial world. Through this interdisciplinary program that covers theoretical and functional areas of recent development in global and China creative industries, together with coherent and detailed knowledge of creative entrepreneurship, students will learn how creative ideas, inventions, and skills are generated and transformed into commercial and social ventures. Special emphasis will be placed on China context where the industry is undergoing a booming time.


GCIN2015 Outline

Professor:

Wong, Dixon H.W.

Wong, Dixon H.W.

Associate Professor