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November 07, 2017
Federation research on creative industries trade and exports
The Federation are writing a paper on trade and exports for the creative industries, publishing in early 2018. The paper will explain what the creative industries need from our upcoming trade deal with the EU, third party nations and new territories in order to survive and thrive. It will also look at the importance of non-tariff barriers and how to ensure foreign direct investment into the UK.
November 03, 2017
Is it still good to talk: UK competition law and the risks of exchanging commercially sensitive information
Rob Murray, partner and Head of the Competition Team and Eleanor Powell, Associate in the Competition Team at Mishcon de Reya, write on UK competition law and the risks of exchanging commercially sensitive information.
September 22, 2017
The Federation's response to the Prime Minister's Florence speech on Brexit
We are facing not only an economic cliff-edge, but a cultural one too. We're already leaking creative talent and urgently need security from the Prime Minister that the UK's fastest growing sector is not going to suffer any further. The Federation response to the Prime Minister's Florence speech on Brexit.
August 21, 2017
Bowie, Balshaw and Brexit - new Fed events programme this autumn
This autumn's new events programme is set to inspire, inform and entertain with subjects from artificial intelligence to David Bowie, conversation with Tate director Maria Balshaw and serious updates on the challenges of Brexit.
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