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Cultural Entrepreneurship

Cultural Entrepreneurship is an emerging academic discipline that examines how cultural products traditionally associated with the fine and liberal arts (art, theater, poetry, and literature) and cultural activities (sports, music, food, and film events) are having an increasingly important impact on the growth of local, national, and global economies.

Cultural Entrepreneurship scholars study the impact of culture on economics and develop new strategies for enhancing local livelihoods by using creative, new, sustainable, and socially responsible ways of producing income through cultural activity.

This program provides training for students interested in leadership roles in the creative economy and guides them toward creating their own creative business enterprise, from business plan to implementation.

For more information, please visit the CUE homepage or contact Michael Mullins or Prof. Aparna Katre.

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