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This publication studies the digital visual industry’s socio-economic significance for Denmark. The study shows high employment growth and increasing international sales.
Oxford Research and Højbjerre Brauer Schultz have examined for Vision Denmark whether sufficient skilled labour is on offer today, and will be in the coming years, or whether labour capacity problems can be expected in the Digital Visual Industry of the future.
Since 2009, the Producers’ Association has compiled data across the Danish film, game, advertising and television industry for the report ‘Danish Content Producers in Numbers’ – a period when the industry has more than ever been challenged by changing consumption habits and digital development.
The strategy paper that underlies Vision Denmark’s work. It lays out its vision and objectives, and methods to achieve them. With strategic efforts and activities, Vision Denmark will create a new golden age in the development and export of Danish-produced content – both as entertainment and as part of other industries’ digital transformation and business.
Danmark will soon be the only country in the EU that has neither introduced nor taken a political decision to introduce an incentive scheme aimed at digital visual content producers. Denmark is in a difficult competitive situation and the consequences are clear. A large number of productions are lost to countries with incentives in place.
The interactive Denmark is growing. Companies that develop interactive content are front runners in digital and technological development, and the Danish content producers are on both the content side, technology, and also business.