The Creative Industries Trade & Investment Board (CITIB) was created in 2018 to promote UK creative industry exports and inward investment. It includes representatives from all parts of the creative industries as well as government.
CITIB is chaired by Caroline Rush CBE, Chief Executive Officer of the British Fashion Council.
An ambitious strategy, 'Putting the UK Creative Industries Centre Stage', was launched in December 2022 to grow UK creative industries exports and to protect and increase inward investment in UK creative organisations. It aims to raise UK creative industries exports to £78bn by 2030. You can also read case studies here.
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CITIB (Creative Industries Trade & Investment Board) has launched an ambitious strategy to grow UK creative exports to £78bn by 2030.
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