The Future of the Creative Industries: Making a full contribution to the UK recovery
Tuesday, 14 December 2010
08:30 - 10:30
The creative industries are rightly celebrated as a UK success story. But have the recession and major global industry change – including convergence, digitalisation, and international competition – eroded their ability to stay ahead internationally? And does the government have sufficient clarity on the role the UK creative industries play, both in the national innovation eco-system and as an engine for growth in the wider economy?
The Work Foundation’s new report – launched at this event, and produced jointly by the Knowledge Economy and Creative Industries Programmes – sets out the key policy issues and agenda for ensuring the UK’s creative industries can continue to thrive in the digital age:
How should we understand the UK creative industries in a digital, globalised context?
How can we ensure the creative industries are on the front foot for the recovery of the UK’s economy?
How is government policy positioned to meet the challenges faced by the UK creative industries?
Will Hutton, Executive Vice-chair, The Work Foundation (Chair)
Ivan Lewis MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
Dr Ben Reid,
Senior Researcher and author of report, The Work Foundation
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