Sector deal for creative industries

Posted on 15 Apr 2018 and read 298 times
Sector deal for creative industries Britain’s creative industries are set to consolidate the country’s position as a ‘global creative powerhouse’, following a new Industrial Strategy deal agreed between government and the Creative Industries Council (CIC) ( on behalf of the sector.

As part of a Creative Industries Sector Deal announced by the Digital and Culture Secretary Matt Hancock, Business Secretary Greg Clark and Nicola Mendelsohn of the CIC, more than £150 million is being jointly invested by government and industry “to help cultural and creative businesses across Britain thrive.”

Mr Hancock said: “Britain’s creative industries are an economic and cultural powerhouse, and this ambitious deal will make sure they continue to thrive.

“They will help to develop the talent of the future, ensure that people are rightly rewarded for their creative content and give our firms the support they need to compete on the global stage.

“Millions of people around the world enjoy our world-class artistic and cultural output, and we want Britain to stay a front-runner in these vibrant sectors.”

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