Creative Industry
2014年05月12日 14:33


In recent years, Changzhou has attached great importance to the development of creative industry, mainly including software, animation, online games, service outsourcing, designing services, culture and arts as well as other relevant services, regarding it as a strategic deployment for promoting economic restructuring and fostering new economic growth points. The creative industry is becoming a pillar industry boosting the economic boom of Changzhou. In 2009, among the first batch of 100 animation enterprises that obtained the state accreditations across the country, the 15 Jiangsucompanies are all based in Changzhou.

At present, the creative industry in Changzhou has formed a structure consisting of five major industrial parks, namely, the Changzhou Creative Industry Base, Changzhou Science and EducationTown, Global Digital Happy valley, the Chinese Arts Exhibition Garden and the “Grand Canal No.5”creative zone. Currently, there are already more than 400 enterprises in the fields of software, animation and online games industries settled down in the Changzhou Creative Base, among which about 130 companies have obtained the certificates granted by Jiangsu province while 70 granted the CMMI3 accreditation with 370 independently-developed software products. The Industrial Base boasts of an annual capacity of animation production exceeding 10,000 minutes. So far, animated cartoons and cartoon films have been produced among which 11 cartoon have been broadcasted on the CCTV and 2 films shown in the cinemas across the country. 29 animation works have won more than 50 national awards including the first and second prizes of the “National Excellent Animation Works”, “Huabiao Film Awards”, “Magnolia Awards”, “Monkey King Award” and so on. Besides, 16 cartoons entered the European, American, Middle East and Southeast Asia market, 8 projects engaged in international cofunding and cooperation, and 12 animation programs signed the international service outsourcing contracts. Many animation star figures have sprung up, such as “A Fairy Tale of Tibet”, “Poppin” and “The Adventures of Qiqi & Keke”. The number and proportion of top quality animation productions not only rank the first in Jiangsu province but also stay in the front among the National Animation Industry Bases.

Today, Changzhou has owned various desirable titles, including the “State Torch Plan-Software Industry Base”, one of the firstly approved “National Animation Industry Base”, “National Cultural Industry Demonstration Base”, “National Digital Entertainment Industry Demonstration Base”, “National Two-dimensional Paperless Cartoon Technology Public Service Platform” and “International Service Outsourcing Personnel Training Base”. Besides, the city also boasts of such awards as theChina’s Best Creative Industrial Park, China’s Top 10 Creative Bases with Best Investment Value and China Best Digital and Entertainment Industry Base in Competition and China Top 50 Industrial Cluster Brands.

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