WHO PARTICIPATES Participants in Creative Business Cup can be: Participants in Creative Business Cup must: Creativity: Market potential: Business execution: The following sectors to participate in the competition: WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR Any startup from the Creative Industries with a good business idea and a registered company is eligible to compete, as long as they uphold the rules and criteria described in this section. There are no specific requirements for the participating company in relation to age, turnover or number of employees. Startups utilizing creative skills in the production of a creative industries product / service. Startups utilizing creative skills in the development of a product or service for /in collaboration with other industries. The winners of Creative Business Cup will be startups that - Show a high level of creativity and present a business concept with great market potential, which resulted from extraordinary business execution. Have the core asset of the business based on creative competencies. Be commercial. Their concepts must have market potential. Own the rights to the idea with which he or she is entering the competition. Be registered as a legal entity in their country. Change the value chains of the Creative Industries or use creative competencies to change the value chains in other industries. Think innovation and disruption. Rely on creative skills as a key to the success of the business. Engage customers or others in creative processes. Innovate in terms of their product or service, social relations, customer approach, markets or other areas. Investment potential. Scalability. Unique value propositions. Create and impact new markets. Present a strong overview of the existing market situation. Present a good understanding of risks and possibilities. Have a good team with complementary skills and good experience. Demonstrate the presence of financial and strategic flair within the team, thereby combining creative skills with business skills. Present a robust business model. Address relevant issues regarding Intellectual Property Rights. Have a strong rollout strategy in place.
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