The cultural and creative industries promoted by the countries around the world have been crucial over the past decades. They have generated a new wave of economic energy in succession to information industry.
The topic of the theory is to realize the foundation of development of the cultural and creative industries, explore the relationship between the development of the cultural and creative industries and manpower, also analyze the connections between human resource and enterprise performance, and further dissect the influence that the quality of human resource has on enterprise performance. Empirical research shows manpower capital has a negative impact on the patents of the cultural and creative industries and that the invisible manpower capital and the expenses of research and development have no apparent influence on patents. We also found patents have no obviously positive effects on market value.