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Cultural Affairs Bureau collects data on garment industry
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Dec '10
For the purpose of establishing the Macao Database for Cultural and Creative Industries and promoting the development of local cultural and creative industries, the Cultural Affairs Bureau is now launching the third phase of the “Cultural and Creative Industries Information Collection Project” which targets all professional companies or institutions in the garment industry. From 27th December, 2010 until the 31st of January, 2011, all relevant parties are welcome to submit information to the Cultural Affairs Bureau.

The Cultural Affairs Bureau has been collecting information for the Database for Cultural and Creative Industries since August of this year and the third phase of the project is currently underway. The submission deadline for the first and second phases which have collected information from the design industry and the visual and performing arts industries will be on the 31st of December, 2010.

Starting 27th December, the Cultural Affairs Bureau will continue to collect information from the local original garment industry. All professional companies and institutions which run a local brand of original clothing and accessories, or engage in model agency services are welcome to submit information to the Cultural Affairs Bureau. The establishment of the Database will facilitate the government to launch favorable policies promoting the cultural and creative industries. Furthermore, the Cultural Affairs Bureau also plans to apply the information collected to establish a cultural and creative magazine and a website to access information related to cultural and creative industries in Macao, with a view to providing a platform for the exchange of information and the promotion of business matching and development of Macao's cultural and creative industries.

The concerted effort of the government and the industries is essential to improving and completing the Macao Database for Cultural and Creative Industries. All locally registered professional companies or institutions which engage in the garment industry are welcome to submit information to the Department for the Promotion of Cultural and Creative Industries under the Cultural Affairs Bureau from today until the 31st of January, 2011, using an information collection form, which can be downloaded from the Cultural Affairs Bureau website.

Interested parties may complete the form and submit it, along with supporting electronic files, to the Department for the Promotion of Cultural and Creative Industries of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, located at Praça do Tap Seac.

Cultural Affairs Bureau, Macao

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