Creative3 2013 kicked off with a full day of keynote speakers, presenters and Q&A style presentations featuring entrepreneurs and game changers from around the globe sharing their knowledge and experience on what it takes to build a creative venture, global trends and disruptive business practices.
Emergent themes across all speakers included collaboration, co-working and connection as the key take home messages for how to successfully run a creative enterprise now and into the future.
Business model strategist, Patrick van der Pijl returned to Australia to present his new advanced-level masterclass exclusively at Creative3 on business scenario planning, which built on his business model canvas value proposition workshop delivered at Creative3 in 2012. This Creative3 Masterclass helped participants in small working groups work with new tools and implement scenario planning methodology to apply it to their business.
In 2013, Creative3 focused on expanding on market awareness through targeted promotion. National and international coverage focused on electronic, press and digital channels securing coverage in The Courier Mail, Brisbane Times, North West Star, FourThousand, Canberra Times, The Weekend Edition, Startup Smart and Business Acumen Magazine.
In April 2010, CEA initiated and hosted the first Creative3 to showcase the importance of creative industries as a driver of the Australian economy and the differing pathways to commercial success. Today, the creative industries is valued at US$2.25 trillion globally and more than $35 billion to Australian GDP.
Since launch, over 85 thought leaders and entrepreneurs have presented new models of creative business innovation to more than 1,500 delegates.
Creative3 is now Australia’s largest conference for creative entrepreneurs. At heart, Creative3 is about providing innovators, business leaders and entrepreneurs with the insights to succeed in scaling their business.