This major annual conference will look at how to deliver the proposals set out in the Creative Economy Strategy. The event will explore the recommendations to strengthen skills supply through greater collaboration with industry, apprenticeships, investment in research and new dedicated institutions.
Leading speakers will also discuss how to establish an effective local and regional infrastructure which ensures creative industries have access to business, IP and funding support, and ultimately contribute to regional and national economic development.
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Purpose of the Conference
- Hear from Government about how the Creative Economy Programme will provide the framework and strategy to support the UK’s creative industries to continue their growth and support the economy to remain competitive
- Hear an international perspective from an emerging economy about how they have embedded creative industries in their economy to enable them to compete in global markets
- Examine new approaches to industry-led training and apprenticeships
- Understand how to deliver the new 14-19 Creative and Media Diploma
- Look at how to develop the right infrastructure and environment to provide support and foster growth and prosperity in your region
- Discuss how to address skills gaps and explore the role of the National Skills Academy
- Examine how to maximise the opportunities for both industry and universities through university-business collaborations
- Take part in interactive seminars on:
- Diversity: Promoting Access to Creative Industries to Under Represented Groups
- Creative Choices: Information, Advice and Guidance
- Developing Business Skills for Creative Minds
- Creative and Cultural Leadership