Morning, Thursday, 15th March 2018
Sixty One Whitehall, London SW1A 2ET
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
This timely seminar will examine the next steps for supporting the use of digital technology in the UK cultural sector and the opportunities it brings for developing audiences, partnerships and revenue streams.
It is bringing together stakeholders with key policymakers as the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport analyses responses to its Culture is Digital project which - following on from the Culture White Paper - is supporting cultural and technology organisations in working together around creativity, engagement and capability.
Delegates will discuss the development of digitally-driven business models - particularly around monetisation, marketing and distribution - and consider how to build closer partnerships with the tech and other sectors in order to find new ways of accessing funding and tap into the creative and commercial potential of technology, as well as opportunities for developing international content and expertise.
Further sessions assess the latest thinking on driving the digital capability of organisations of differing scales and at varying stages of development, and consider what further policy and industry support is needed - with a particular focus on cultivating organisational skills and wider digital expertise, the use of data to engage and widen audiences, and options for the development of shared digital infrastructure.