A Minister for the Creative and Cultural Economy is WeCreate’s “ask” of the next government.
Submission to Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage resale right for visual artists regulations.
Between 2017 and 2019 WeCreate undertook extensive consultation across the sector and with government agencies.
The Auckland creative sector is a significant economic contributor and generator of work and employment.
In 2016 WeCreate commissioned NZIER to produce a valuation of the creative sector which estimated its contribution to GDP at $17.5bn and employment at 131,000 people.
Submission to increasing value from government investment in the NZ Screen Production Grant.
Submission to the Aotearoa New Zealand Public Media Bill.
WeCreate welcomes the Data and Statistics Bill as a tool for enabling the collection and…
The creative sector has been at the forefront of the transition to a low-carbon digital economy since the 1980s.
The creative sector has been at the forefront of digital transformation since the 1980s when screen and music production began to embrace digital and we saw the advent of digital video games.
A number of forward-thinking strategic imperatives have been undertaken across the sector in recent years, but these are yet to be actioned by government.
The future of business for Aotearoa New Zealand opportunities and implications for productivity and wellbeing.
Creative, cultural, recreation and technology workforce development council order In council proposals.
The creative sector is highly digital and most of our businesses have a global export mindset, many from ‘day one’.
In 2016, WeCreate commissioned NZIER to prepare The Evolution of Kiwi Innovation.
The best way to create value in the 21st century is to connect creativity with technology.
The creative sector will be recognised in NZ for the first time as an economic contributor in the Industry Transformation Plans.
We appreciate the opportunity to be consulted on NZ’s participation in the Digital Economy Partnership Agreement (DEPA) negotiations with Singapore and Chile.
Submission to Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Copyright Act Issues Paper.
In order to grow Aotearoa New Zealand’s creative economy, we need to have an education system with creativity at its heart.
Submission to Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment Holidays Act Review.
Submission to Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade – Trade for All Agenda.