EU AND INTERNATIONAL

We want to invite creatives from around the world to work with us and, in time, become the voice for the sector internationally.

We want to invite creatives from around the world to work with us and, in time, become the voice for the sector internationally. Post-Brexit, we will need to be more open and collaborative than ever before. We are reaching out to equivalent bodies in other countries to partner with us.

We will be thought leaders on global opportunities, convening practitioners and policy-makers from around the world to identify how the creative industries can tap in to new markets and respond to global challenges. We will continue to lead the sector on Brexit and work closely with members through this difficult time. We will play a central role in shaping our future relationship with the EU and influence the UK’s trade deals to help unlock the sector’s global growth potential.

In 2018-2019, we will:

  • Convene creatives from around the world at our annual International Summit;

  • Facilitate thought leadership and practical action on how the creative industries respond to major global challenges, from climate change to war;

  • Keep government to account as the UK leaves the EU, calling for our sector’s priorities to be met as negotiations move into their final stages;

  • Advocate the importance of global talent to the success of the UK’s creative industries, playing a central role in the future shape of the UK’s immigration policy;

  • Influence future trade deals and work with members to identify emerging markets and global trends.

For more details, and to join our EU and International Working Group, contact sam@creativeindustriesfederation.com.

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