Egypt’s culture ministry launches “Creative circles” as a young entrepreneurship competition.

Egypt wins grant for cultural entrepreneurship incubator: The Culture Ministry landed the EU National Institutes of Culture’s Creative Circles project grant — a business incubator for cultural entrepreneurs, according to a cabinet statement. The incubator is designed to train entrepreneurs on how to market culture and heritage as business products.

The programme aims to strengthen the creative economy, provide opportunities for young companies, support institutions and individuals and work on sustainable creative development aligned with Egypt’s 2030 vision, while focusing on young people working in creative and artistic industries.

The funds are provided by a grant given to the ministry by the European Union National Institutes of Culture (EUNIC) represented by the Goethe Institute.

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