"Development of a Creative Hub for offering support to fashion graduates, young artists start-ups and development mechanisms to the fashion sector of the cross-border area"


The  CREATIVE HUB project is to address the common cross-border challenges of the fashion sector in Greece and Bulgaria by establishing the Creative Hub

Overall objective

  • A Fashion Centre of cross border character thatwill operate as a mechanism for the promotion of business know-how and the support of SMEs, professionals, young graduates and students in the textile and clothing sector and other fashion related sectors (footwear, leather, jewelry).

Project Beneficiaries

  • Thessaloniki Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Greece (LB)
  • Hellenic Fashion Industry Association, Greece (PB2)
  • Textile and Clothes Branch Organisation, Bulgaria (PB4)
  • Association SAVREMIE, Bulgaria (PB5)

Hellenic Fashion Industry Association,

Project Partner n2 - Greece


Project Partner n3 - Greece

Textile and Clothes Branch Organisation

Project Partner n4 - Bulgaria

Association SAVREMIE

Project Partner n5 - Bulgaria

Project Duration

The duration of the project is 24 months and ends in April 2023.

Project Budget

The total project budget is 550.016,50 €.

Main Project Activities

Creative Hub

Establishment of the Creative Hub in Thessaloniki.

Fashion info-days

Fashion info-days in Greece and Bulgaria.

Consulting services

Consulting services tothe target groups on product pricing, fashion branding etc., as well as on the design and development of new fashion trends and collection patterns, creativity development, connecting heritage and new fashion trends, fashion trends analysis.


Networking workshops for the cooperation of the HUB with other similar Hubs, authorities, organizations, enterprises.

Art direction

Contests to attract young designers, artists and businesses to develop new fashion collections through the HUB.



Reports on funding sources for the development and implementation of new business and export activities, the implementation of technical guidelines and international standards and the use of sustainable materials, and the transferability of networking models from other creative hubs.

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