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25/07/2017
Supporting Growth in the Creative Industries

The Creative Industries Council have commissioned a survey to help policy makers better understand the finance issues faced by creative industry businesses. The results of the survey will directly inform proposals to Government for a creative industries ‘sector deal’ as part of the Industrial Strategy.

This is a unique opportunity to enrich the evidence base around the investment challenges and opportunities for creative businesses across the UK. To make the case as powerfully as possible, Creative England need a strong response from the following creative sectors:

  • Advertising and Marketing
  • Architecture
  • Crafts
  • Design and designer fashion
  • Film, TV, video, radio and photography
  • IT, software, computer services and computer games
  • Publishing
  • Museums, galleries and libraries
  • Music, performing and visual arts


>>Complete the survey here<<


To find out more about the work of the Creative Industries Council please visit their website: www.thecreativeindustries.co.uk

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