The European Observatory on IPR Infringements together with the European Patent Office published its 4th study on IPR sectors' contribution to EU employment and GDP.
IPR-intensive industries generated 29.7% of all jobs in the EU in the period 2017-2019. IPR-intensive industries generated more than 47% of total economic activity (GDP) in the EU.
NEW EY study estimates that cultural and creative industries (CCIs) - including the film/TV sector represented 4.4% of EU GDP and employed more than 7.6 million people in 2019 and are key to European recovery post-pandemic. The new study complements the EY study focusing on the film/TV sector released in September 2020.
A new study by Ernst & Young estimates that the film/TV sector contributed €46.9 billion to the EU economy and provided more than 2 million direct and indirect jobs in 2018. Based on a bespoke methodology, the study includes both quantitative data for the period 2013-18 and industry testimonials on the diverse facets of the film and AV sector in Europe such as creativity, cultural diversity, financing, production, exhibition/distribution, Europe's soft power, diversity & inclusion, etc.