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State of the Nations: UK Trade in a Global Creative Economy 

The online launch of our second State of the Nations report

Join us for the online launch of our second State of the Nations report!

Join Creative PEC’s team of researchers from the University of Newcastle as they share the findings from our latest State of the Nations report about UK trade in the global creative economy.

A panel from across policy, research, and the creative sector will dissect the findings and the policy implications. There will be an opportunity to put your questions to our panel.

Register for your free place today and share with all those interested in the state of creative economy trade.

Online Zoom Webinar

Wednesday 20 March 2024 – 12:00 – 13:00 UK

The Panel

Dr Jo Twist OBE – CEO of British Phonographic Industry
Jo has a 25-year background across interactive entertainment, technology, education, creative media and youth culture. She was CEO of Ukie, the UK trade body for games and interactive entertainment and she sits on the boards of the Creative Industries Council, Creative UK Council, and the AHRC Creative Industries Advisory Group.

Caroline Rush CBE – CEO of British Fashion Council
Since her appointment as Chief Executive in April 2009, Caroline has focused on strengthening the British Fashion Council’s (BCF) network and platforms to connect businesses with global audiences both trade and consumer. During this time London Fashion Week has become a globally recognised platform for creativity fashion talent.

Richard Kneller – Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham
Richard is a Professor of Economics at the University of Nottingham where he leads its research on Globalisation, Productivity and Technology in the Nottingham globalisation centre (GEP). He is also the research lead on Digitisation and Technical Change within the ESCR funded Centre for Research on Trade Policy (CITP).

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