In recent decades, the UK creative industries have been an export success story and a magnet for inward investment by international trade partners.
As the global economy recovers from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Creative Industries Council (CIC) will work to restore UK creative organisations to their long-term growth trajectory in global trade and inward investment .
The Creative Industries Trade & Investment Board (CITIB) was created in 2018 to promote creative industry exports and inward investment.
The Board includes representatives from all parts of the creative industries, as well as Government.
It is tasked with developing and overseeing across-industry strategy to maximise the effectiveness of Government and industry plans, and to ensure they are complementary, aligned and allow businesses to embrace new opportunities.
CITIB is chaired by the advertising industry executive, Annette King.
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