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  • Creative Industries Integrated Clustering to Foster Innovation (Case at Bandung’s Creative Industries)   Order a copy of this article
    by Christina Wirawan, Leo Aldianto, Grisna Anggadwita, Vania Nur Rizqi 
    Abstract: Creative industry captures new economy dynamics based on creativity, skill and talent. Creative industries grow fast and contribute more to national economic development. In order to sustain contributions to economic development, creative industries need to innovate productively. One way to encourage innovation is to foster co-creation by strengthening the effectiveness of creative industries relationships with stakeholders, such as community, consumers, suppliers and other creative industries, as well as to generate information and knowledge to support them. An integrated cluster will support industry efficiency; better facilities; infrastructure; amenities; services; as well as better protection of the environment and social relationships. Placing creative industries in an integrated cluster will provide better collaboration opportunity that will support co-creation that will trigger innovation. This paper will provide a conceptual framework of integrated symbiosis creative industries clustering to foster their innovation toward sustainability and high-performance using the value co-creation platform concept.
    Keywords: ccluster; creative industry; innovation; sustainability; value co-creation platform.
    DOI: 10.1504/IJEV.2020.10021575