According to the three posts, in my opinion, it can be seen that there is distance between big city like Shanghai and Ningbo, in some degree, the gap between them is a bit huge. Shanghai is a megacity that has a mature development in cultural and economic areas. Compared to Shanghai, Ningbo succeed in export economy, however, it has many unnoticed cultural elements, or in other words, there cultural elements have inadequate attention. Our group talked with the host of No Space, he said very few people know about this kind of exhibition even it was free. With little publicity, the lack of attention on creative events and the discrete distribution of the population who are interested in this area may be some reasons of making distance. Government in some part plays an important role in establishing urban creative industries. Ningbo maybe cannot copy the model of Shanghai but it has its own advantages, such as geographical position and economic success.
Does creative industry of Ningbo succeed in gaining profit? If it does, how? If not, how can creative clusters do to achieve? We need to think about these questions. When talked with the host of No Space, Zane Zhu, he said they have not had plan of profit yet. Maybe it would be in the next stage. Whether creative groups should have a suitable position at first or not? How to gain benefits with commercial operation? Should they need some professional aids from marketing consultants? Does the commercial operation change the principles and essence of creativity or not? Or will the creative events lose its cultural significance?