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KVÄLLSAKTIVITET

The history of the creative industry in Sweden KVÄLLSAKTIVITET NAVIGERING

NAVIGERING


American writer and futurist, Alvin Toffler, releases the book ”Future Shock” in the US.

1970


The experience industry is mentioned for the first time in Swedish press.

1994


The Knowledge Foundation is launched.

1994


Tony Blair gives creative industries national status and coins the “Creative Industries� concept.

1997


An EU-financed project called Puzzel starts in Hultsfred. The goal was to increase growth and employment.

1997


Nokia becomes the world’s top mobile phone producer. Ericsson wonders why.

1998


”Creative Industries, Mapping Document 1998” – a report on British creative industries is released.

1998


MIDEM in Cannes. The Swedish music phenomenon is a fact.

1999


The Knowledge Foundation starts mapping Sweden’s experience industries.

Same year they present the first report on the Swedish experience industry.

1999


An American student creates Napster, the first file-sharing service.

1999


The Knowledge Foundation decides to invest SEK 60 million in the experience industry over a 5-year period.

”The Experience Economy” by Joseph Pine II is released.

1999


The first ambassadors for the experience industry are appointed by The Knowledge Foundation.

2000


The conference, “AHA days”, is held at Kulturhuset in Stockholm.

2000


The second AHA conference is held at Liljevalchs in Stockholm.

2001


The book �AHA Sweden - the Swedish experience industry and the start of something new� is released.

2001


The Knowledge Foundation starts searching for cities and context where creative hubs can be developed.

2002


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The first 5 creative hubs are established. Hultsfred, Grythyttan, Karlshamn, Trollhättan and Piteå.

TURISM/BESÖKSNÄRING

2002


The report �Experience industry in Sweden 2002� is released.

2002


The experience industry network gathers the creative hubs managers to share experience and working methods.

”Guide to the Experience Society” by Bengt Wahlström is published.

2002


SAAB runs an advertising campaign and uses the experience industry concept.

2003


A model later called FUNK (collaboration of education, research industry, business and the arts/culture) is used in Hultsfred.

2003


The third AHA conference is held at Clarion Hotel in Stockholm.

2003


The first statistics for the Swedish experience industry are presented.

2003


”The experience industry – the revelation of a development that’s already here”, by Tobias Nielsén is released.

2003


A pilot study of entrepreneurship in Sweden’s creative sector begins.

2004


Three new creative hubs: Malmo, Gothenburg and Stockholm. Now all together eight.

2004


The AHA academy - business development training for designers.

2004


The model that explains growth in the experience industry is now introduced. The name is FUNK.

2005


Pilot study ”Living off your talent” begins. Forms the basis for the training program Kreatör+.

Hultsfred’s growth model is tested in several sub-areas – does it work in all segments?

2005


The website upplevelseindustrin.se is launched.

2006


Urban studies theorist Richard Florida visits Sweden - calls Sweden a leading creative country.

2006


The �The Economy of Culture in Europe� report is presented by the EC.

During autumn, the FUNK process is introduced in 7 creative hubs.

2006


The FUNK model is explained in a book published by the Knowledge Foundation.

2006


The �Pioneer Manifesto� is presented by the experience industry network.

2007


The publication ”Arenas for the experience industry” is released by the Knowledge Foundation.

2007


The British Work Foundation presents the ”Staying Ahead” report.

2007


The Knowledge Foundation invests another SEK 24 million in the arenas.

is launched.

2007


The Swedish fashion industry is debated in Swedish parliament for the first time.

2008


The exhibition �U1� that tells a story about the first chapter of the creative industry tours through Sweden.

2008


The first Generator conference ever takes place in Åre, Jämtland.

2008


The KreaNord collaboration is initiated.

2008


The Swedish government launches the action plan for cultural and creative industries and 8 million Euro is earmarked for development of the area.

The Knowledge foundation ends its ten year funding scheme.

2009


The second Generator conference takes place in MalmĂś, SkĂĽne.

2009


Generator /SVERIGE /

Generator Sverige is founded. The initiative comes from a number of Swedish regions.

2010


Collaboration between the Swedish agencies for cultural and economic development to execute the action plan starts.

2010


Generator holds a seminar on the EC Green Paper and submits a response on behalf of its member regions.

The EC Green Paper �Unlocking the potential of the cultural and creative industries� is launched.

2010


Generator represents Sweden at the European Cultural and Creative Industries Summit 2010 in Brussels.

2010


Generator joins the Nordic-Baltic Knowledge Sharing Network and attends the first meeting in Reykjavik.

2010


The Swedish agencies for cultural and economic development realize a mapping of creative industries strategies and projects in all 21 Swedish regions.

2010


Generator participates in the project ”MÖTET”. Results in the handbook ”TO DO”.

2010


Generator participates in the international think tank �Ravello LAB� for the first time.

2010


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The number of Generator members increases to 16, 12 regions and 4 cities.

2011


The website generatorsverige.se is launched.

2011


For the first time, the Generator conference opens up for international delegates.

Laipni lúdzam! Üdvözöljük! Kuwakaribisha! Tervetuloa! Welcome!

2011


All 21 Swedish regions have plans and projects for promoting and developing cultural and creative industries in place.

2011


�TO DO�, the handbook for regional developers is released at the Generator conference.

2011


Generator launches ”Kreatörskaravanen”, a training program that tours around the country.

2011


Generator establishes a media cooperation with www.2010lab.tv

2011

Timeline  

Generator Sverige History

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