Moore Kingston Smith has analysed investment funding of UK CreaTech businesses during 2020.
An infographic on UK creative industries jobs in 2019.
Download and share the infographic on the value generated by the creative industries.
We are optimistic of a much stronger Q4 and start to 2021 with early signs showing that activity has picked up significantly post-summer.
Just 42 UK deals took place in the marketing and media sector in Q3 2020; which fortunately is 14% up on Q2’s low point, but is still 36% down on Q1.
Diversity data from the music industry.
A downloadable music careers pack.
A review of Q2 2020 growth capital investment in the CreaTech sector
We are not at all surprised to see this reduction in activity, given that the UK was in lockdown for most of this period.
Moore Kingston Smith surveyed the media and marketing services industry to gather views on the likely effect on financial performance.
The largest report into the UK craft market.
Moore Kingston Smith's top tips for businesses looking to raise funds.
The Creative Industries Council has submitted a wide-ranging set of proposals to ministers to counter the impact of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
An updated list of 100 organisations innovating by combining creativity and technology was published as part of the CreaTech stage at the virtual Cog-X.
Sharing thoughts on how Coronavirus will impact the future financial prospects and staffing requirements of the media industry
Want to know more about music in the UK? This handy factsheet from the UK Department for International Trade summarises the key data.
CITIB Exports Infographic
The UK has the largest integrated healthcare system in the world with its expertise in demand globally.
The books make the compelling case for why brand owners and start-ups should tap into the UK’s end-to-end design-led leadership.
Want to know more about animation in the UK? This handy factsheet from the UK Department for International Trade summarises the key data.
Want to know more about film in the UK? This handy factsheet from the UK Department for International Trade summarises the key data.
Want to know more about games in the UK? This handy factsheet from the UK Department for International Trade summarises the key data.
Want to know more about television in the UK? This handy factsheet from the UK Department for International Trade summarises the key data.
Want to know more about VR and AR in the UK? This handy factsheet from the UK Department for International Trade summarises the key data.
The CreaTech Resource Book in Chinese offers an outline of this fast-growing category and details of businesses at the cutting edge of CreaTech.
The Creative Industries Council (CIC) has submitted a response to the Government's White Paper on Immigration.
A three year Exports Strategy has been published by the Creative Industries Trade & Investment Board.
'Ones to Watch' showcases 50 UK businesses and projects harnessing the interaction of creativity and technology.
Nesta, the innovation charity has produced a report into the threat of computerisation and automation among UK creative jobs.
The annual report from the British Fashion Council reviews milestones achieved during the preceding year and outlines the organisation's strategic pillars.
Between 2010 and 2016, exports of UK creative services grew by 83.9 per cent.
The CreaTech Resource Book offers an outline of this fast-growing category and details of businesses at the cutting edge of CreaTech developments.
Analysis by the Heritage Alliance has highlighted the activities that its members have engaged in at least 38 countries.
With innovation being driven from within the airline cabin, the UK is positioned to ensure that airlines develop passenger loyalty and profitability.
The Government and the creative industries sector, through the CIC, have agreed a Sector Deal to unlock growth for creative businesses.
Download a report into what UK MPs think about the importance of the creative industries.
In 2016, Arts Council England published the results of a comprehensive survey of the international work undertaken by its National Portfolio Organisations.
The Creative Industries toolkit highlights examples of how creative industries have created economic, social and cultural benefits in different regions.
The UK Government has set out its policies to increase the Gross Value Added generated by digital sectors from £118bn in 2015 to £200bn by 2025 .
In the run-up to the sector deal, industry leaders provided Ministers with an agenda for growth designed to unlock the full potential of creative sectors.
Create Together is a growth strategy for the UK creative industries, developed for industry and by industry with support from government.
The creative industries are growing more rapidly than other sectors in most parts of the country, according to a report by Nesta and Creative England.
Download this update on the progress made on the Create UK strategy in its first year.
Research from the Design Council has quantified the total contribution of the design economy - those in design roles inside and outside the design sector.
The latest report from Oxford Economics reveals that the fashion industry is worth £28 billion to the UK economy.
This Yearbook presents the most comprehensive picture of film in the UK and the performance of British films abroad during 2014.
This report, published by the British Fashion Council, contends that supporting high-end manufacturing is essential to the high end designer fashion sector
Nesta, the innovation charity, has developed recommendations to create 1 million new jobs in the UK creative economy by 2030.
In the run-up to the UK General Election, the coalition government has published an overview of strategies and funding for the UK arts and culture sector.
In 2014 a partnership of government and industry agreed an ambitious strategy to develop the UK's creative industries both at home and abroad.
The UK creative industries generated a record £76.9bn of Gross Value Added in 2013, growing faster than any other UK industry.
Ukie has published this manifesto setting out ideas to support the future, long-term growth of these industries.
A new analysis of the UK games sector which highlights the number, growth and location of the games companies.
A free downloadable report on the UK's film, television and digital media industries, outlining what the UK market can offer to clients.
Download a plan on the international strategy for the UK creative industries.
Download a showcase of images from successful UK creative properties and practitioners.
Download a selection of key quotes from supporters of the Create UK strategy.
A report from UK Trade & Investment on what the UK market can offer special effects companies and their clients.
This report compiles a range of statistics that underline the contribution of London's Soho district to the UK creative economy.
An infographic on the investment record of Innovate UK, the UK Government's innovation body.
Report from the National Institute of Economic and Social Research.
The UK has the largest games development sector in Europe, generating £2 billion in global sales each year and contributing some £1 billion to national GDP
Drawing connections between many different areas of UK policy, this report examines how to maximise the UK's strengths across the creative industries
A long-term growth strategy for the creative sectors.
This document identified areas of expertise and areas that require urgent attention in order that British fashion can realise its full potential
The Value of the UK Fashion Industry Report defines the industry and analyses the true breadth and economic value of the UK fashion industry.
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