LaSalle College is now offering a new DEC program in Business Management - Creative Industries Management at the International School of Fashion, Arts and Design.
Montréal is an undisputed center of creativity, innovation and culture. Its creative industries make up a growing sector, generating jobs.
Montréal serves as a springboard for internationally recognized names such as Cirque du Soleil, Moment Factory and Arcade Fire, enabling them to propel their creations and become global successes.1
The creative industries include architecture and design, the arts, multimedia (including video games), media, fashion and advertising.
They are the result of the interaction between the arts and new technologies and involve the production of content and its enhancement.
Montréal’s creative industries ecosystem brings together companies, independent troupes of artists and creators, venues, host organizations, events, festivals and government actors.
The new three-year DEC program in Business Management - Creative Industries Management will allow students to develop managerial skills in a dynamic and creative context.
Studying creative industry management, particularly in Montreal, is an excellent way to further develop the creative potential of the city’s talent on a local and international scale.
Contribute to the vitality of Montréal, a creative metropolis!
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