research product . 2021

Innovative changes in creative industries during the COVID-19-pandemic

Bjerggran-Keseric, Isabella Ana; Thomsen, Josephine Inger; Lauridsen, Johanne Hilkjær; Hansen, Camilla Müller;
Open Access Danish
  • Published: 01 Jan 2021
  • Publisher: Roskilde Universitet
  • Country: Denmark
During the COVID-19 pandemic in Denmark small creative businesses have been suffering due to the loss of profit as they had and still have to follow the government's restrictions. This is a societal problem and by trying to understand it, it might help other businesses in similar situations. In the project we have been focusing on two different cases (Bisque, a porcelain painting café, and Rikke Libak, a dancing studio) in the creative industry who have experienced, and are still experiencing, these restrictions to this day. They have felt a pressure to be innovative in terms of products and services and have had to turn to digital platforms to keep their profit...
free text keywords: kreativ, erhverv, innovation, rum, imitation, ressourcer, Lefebvre, Schumpeter, Tarde, interview, restriktioner, COVID-19, Corona, metode, basisprojekt
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