The headquarters of the National Craft Reference Center (CRN), the Albayzín Center, hosted on May 6, 2022 a last stakeholder meeting, taking advantage of the celebration that same afternoon of the 1st National Craft Congress on Crafts.

The director of the CRN, Antonio Suárez, together with Laura Miguel, director of Fundesarte, opened the meeting in which representatives of the public administrations of 15 autonomous communities participated (Aragón, Principality of Asturias, the Balearic Islands -Menorca and Ibiza-, the Canary Islands, Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha , Catalonia, Extremadura, Galicia, Community of Madrid, Region of Murcia, Navarra, La Rioja, Community of Valencia, the Local Government of Gipuzkoa), the autonomous city of Melilla, as well as of Oficio y Arte. Some of the followed the meeting online.

Between 2020 and 2022, the partners of the CRAFTS CODE project have carried out a series of meetings with local stakeholders to identify good practices in the craft sector focused on different themes. In the case of Spain, these meetings have been attended by those responsible for crafts from different autonomous communities, training schools, experts, business associations, university representatives, craft associations, etc. As a result of these sessions, a total of twenty good practices that are being developed in different Spanish regions have been identified. These good practices have been collected in a guide that was handed out at the meeting and that can be as well consulted online, together with the 40 European good practices collected in 4 thematic guides available both in English and Spanish.

Furthermore, the Action Plan was presented, a document that details how the lessons learned from the cooperation will be implemented. As part of this plan, a SWOT analysis of the craft sector has been prepared, which was shared at the meeting and whose result has been endorsed through consultation with 55 actors related to the craft sector in Spain, between public administrations with powers on crafts, organizations, centres, artisan guilds and schools of arts and crafts, most of which have been stakeholders of the Crafts Code project who have participated in the thematic meetings developed during it.

The action plan proposes two actions, a first action based on the development of a program for the creation, consolidation and competitive improvement of craft companies, which has been inspired by the good practice Building Craft and Design Enterprise (BCDE) of Ireland. The second action is the Craft Observatory, which is inspired by the good practices of the CreAction projects in Finland and MakeX in Italy.