This timely seminar discussed latest progress and next steps for implementing the Creative Industries Sector Deal.
Discussion focused on pulling together key elements of the deal aimed at supporting the growth of creative businesses - looking at funding and investment, scaling-up challenges and support for innovation and IP holders, and securing the talent pipeline.
Attendees also examined priorities for creative clusters - including considering how to embed the sector across the UK and encourage local engagement - and discussed key objectives and way ahead for the new Policy and Evidence Centre launched by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and awarded to Nesta and university partners.
Delegates assessed next steps for putting into practice industry and policy commitments from the Deal - including what might be missing and how it might need to evolve - and explored delivery issues around leadership, collaboration and engagement, also considering what further joint action might be needed to prepare for future challenges and maintain the UK’s position as a global creative hub in the context of the Brexit negotiations.
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