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Comune di Firenze

The role of Comune di Firenze is to organize and coordinate Florence departments .They ensure the high quality management of the Project and committed in solving any difficulties.

Among the many art towns in Italy, Florence is proud of its rather unique feature: its many palaces, monuments and masterpieces fit in such a narrow area that everything is really walking distance.

No matter how overpowering Florence’s historical past and open-air museums may be, its contemporary companies working in business, fashion, theatre and music make of it a buoyant center of cosmopolitan culture, endeavouring to complete and get over its fame as a wonderful scenery so deeply cherished by tourists and visitors.

Comune di Firenze is the political body and administrative power of the city. Its duties, as provided for in the national legislation, include policy making on mobility, social welfare, economic development, tourism, environment, education and others.

It also supports the birth of new enterprises. It promotes development strategies for the city and has a special office to inform on the European Union financial opportunities.

UNESCO Creative City (Shanghai) Promotion Office

The role of UNESCO Creative City (Shanghai) Promotion Office is to promote the alignment of the activities with the Municipal strategies and the networking with the key stakeholders that may support the Project. They ensure an harmonious governance of the overall Project and are committed in solving any difficulty according to the principle of friendship and mutual trust.

Founded in October 2004, UNESCO Creative Cities Network has been devoted to promoting the communication and cooperation in the growth of creative industry, training of professional knowledge, knowledge sharing and creation of international opportunities for creative products marketing among global cities , and propelling the economy and society via global creative industry. It has been classified among: Design, Literature, Music, Folk Art, Film, Media Arts and Gastronomy. 34 cities currently have been designated as Creative Cities, and those are Berlin of Germany, Montreal of Canada, Edinburgh of UK, Lyons of France, Santa Fe of USA, Seoul of South Korea, Melbourne of Australia, Bologna of Italy, Nagoya of Japan, etc.