CACIN @ THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY CONFERENCE COMES TO FAZELEY STUDIOS – Mon 29th Sept, from 2pm
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CACIN @ CONFERENCE 2014
Fazeley Studios is excited to be hosting the Conservative Arts and Creative Industries Network afternoon and evening at Conservative Party Conference 2014, on Monday 29th September.
The event will feature panel discussions, chaired by Damian Collins MP, including Access to Finance in the Creative Industries, The Role of Intellectual Property in Building a Creative Nation and Creative Skills: STEM to STEAM.
Discussions will be followed by and evening drinks and networking reception sponsored by ITV, with speaker Ed Vaizey MP – Minister of Culture, Comms & Creative Industries.
If you would like to attend please send us your details to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The full programme is below, we hope you can join us!
– chaired by Damian Collins MP
2pm – “Access to Finance in the Creative Industries” – sponsored by Creative England
Rt Hon Sajid Javid MP – Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport (TBC)
Caroline Norbury – CEO, Creative England
Mark Foster – UK Managing Director, Deezer
Lou Cordwell – Founder & CEO, magneticNorth
Charles Cecil MBE – Co-Founder, Revolution Software
Guy Levin – Executive Director, Coadec
3pm – “The Role of Intellectual Property in Building a Creative Nation” – sponsored by Creative Coalition Campaign
Baroness Neville-Rolfe – Minister for Intellectual Property (TBC)
Cat Lewis – Managing Director, Nine Lives production company
Marianne Grant – Senior Vice President, Motion Picture Association (TBC)
Will Page – Director of Economic Development, Spotify (TBC)
4pm – “Creative Skills: STEM to STEAM” – sponsored by The Southbank Centre
John Whittingdale OBE MP – Chair, DCMS Select Committee (TBC)
Jude Kelly – Artistic Director, Southbank
Jonty Claypole – Arts Director, BBC
John Newbigin – Chair, Creative England
Tim Boyes – Head Teacher, Queensbridge School
5:30pm – Evening Drinks & Networking Reception – sponsored by ITV
Speaker: Ed Vaizey MP – Minister of Culture, Comms & Creative Industries
If you would like to attend please send us your details using this link: email@example.com
There will also be a panel discussion in the same venue at 4:30pm,
“Implementing the Farrell Review” with Ed Vaizey MP and Sir Terry Farrell.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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