Where the Creative Industries and Tech Collide

Overview

The creative industries contribute over £100 billion to the UK economy each year. It’s a vibrant sector split between those that have thrived digitally and those that have been badly hit by lockdown. How can tech help creative organisations? And how can creativity help tech ones? Join us as we explore the greenshoots that exist for landmark creative organisations and how one leading business is embedding creativity in its processes and products. And we’ll be hearing from those working to implement the £1.57 billion Cultural Recovery Fund.

MC for the day : Eleanor O’Keeffe, Editorial Director for CogX

Sessions

Arms Around the Arts: Fireside chat with Neil Mendoza, Commissioner for Cultural Recovery & Renewal

Commissioner for Cultural Recovery and Renewal and Provost of Oriel College, Oxford University, Neil Mendoza leads the Government’s efforts to support the cultural sector. He…

In partnership with Boster Group: Revenue and Resilience: Harnessing digital business models in the cultural sector

The opportunities for the cultural sector to generate income through digital platforms are increasing at a rapid rate. From a boom in creative side-hustles to…

Ears, Eyes and Minds: The Future of Music

With music venues closed or significantly reduced, it may be a while yet before we get lost in music in a crowd of ecstatic concert…

Leadership, Creativity and the Logitech Story

When Bracken Darrell became CEO of Logitech in 2013, the 30 year old hardware company (best known for its mice) had falling revenue. Now 7…

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Speakers

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Lord Neil Mendoza

Commissioner for Cultural Recovery and Renewal and Provost of Oriel College, Oxford

Penny Smith

Broadcaster and Novelist

Lord Ed Vaizey

Former Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries

Suhair Khan

Strategic Projects Lead Google

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