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Event/Événement : Fostering Entrepreneurship in the Creative Economy Conference

Source: The Monieson Centre
This innovative and interactive forum will provide academics, business community representatives and economic developers with opportunities to debate ideas, examine theory, present research findings and exchange experiences in order to emerge with a refined understanding of the rural creative economy.The Monieson Centre at Queen's University is researching the rural creative economy and its links to regional revitalization. Creative economic activities comprising professional contributions such as art, advertising, design, film, publishing, education, R&D, software and media have the potential to contribute to the vitality of 21st century rural Canadian communities. This conference is sponsored by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada , Ontario East Economic Development and the Prince Edward/Lennox & Addington CFDC.

Conference / Venue Information:
Queen's School of Business, Queen's University
November 19, 2010
Room 202 Robert Sutherland Hall at Queen's University.

Kingston is accessible by road, rail and air (served by Air Canada).

Accommodation is available at the Donald Gordon Conference Centre which is within walking distance of the conference. Please contact the Donald Gordon Conference Centre directly to make a reservation or make alternative Kingston accommodation arrangements.

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