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Further dates for your diary

Following on from the host of winter events announced last week, we are delighted to bring you a number of new dates for your diary - as well as a few updates.

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Our amazing winter events

In the midst of our intense policy work, not least with the launch of our Brexit report last week, the Federation is busy bringing you a first-class programme of events.

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BREXIT REPORT: The impact of leaving the EU on the UK's creative industries.

The Creative Industries Federation today publishes its Brexit Report, a first-look analysis of red-line issues for government as it negotiates leaving the EU.

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Vacancy: Press Officer

You will work closely with the director of communications and strategy, the digital content and social media officer and other members of the team to devise and deliver the key messages of the Creative Industries Federation to members, government and the wider public.

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Events


Creative Industries and the Business of IP

Creative Industries and the Business of IP

Date: Thursday February 2, 2017

Time: 4pm arrival and registration, finish at 6.15pm with a drinks reception until 7.30pm

Venue: Central Manchester, venue to be confirmed

The Federation and the Alliance for Intellectual Property are convening this highly practical discussion on intellectual property that will address the main policy issues for the creative industries and help to demystify IP. This will include keynote speakers as well as two practical break-out sessions that will explain what you as a creator and/or owner of IP, can do to protect your rights and how you can unlock the value in your IP to grow your business. You will also get an update on the challenges and opportunities for our sector in relation to Brexit.
 
Speakers include:

  • Baroness Neville-Rolfe, Minister of State for Energy and Intellectual Property at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
  • William Bush, Executive Director, Premier League and Chair, Alliance for Intellectual Property
  • Eddy Leviten, Director General, Alliance for Intellectual Property
  • Marianne Grant, Senior Vice President, Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA)
  • Mishcon de Reya - speaker to be confirmed

 
This event is complimentary and open to all Federation members who will be given priority access, to register your place, please click here.

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