Cultural and creative sectors: all sectors whose activities are based on cultural values or artistic and other creative expressions, whether individual or collective. These activities may include the development, creation, production, dissemination and conservation of goods and services embodying cultural, artistic or other creative expression, as well as related tasks such as education or management. They will have the potential to create innovation and employment, in particular through intellectual property. These sectors include architecture, archives, libraries and museums, arts and crafts, audiovisual (including film, television, video games and multimedia), tangible and intangible cultural heritage, design (including fashion), festivals, music, literature, performing arts, books, publishing, radio and visual arts (Art. 2 of the legal basis for the Creative Europe programme). The following is a non-exhaustive list of eligible organisation types: companies in the various for-profit CCI sectors (including SMEs/SMIs, cooperatives, social and solidarity economy (SSE)) and CSOs in the CCI; public and private cultural and artistic institutions; public and private training centres; chambers of commerce and trades; public administrations (local, national, regional) responsible in particular for culture, employment, vocational training, business development, and trade.