In this free session, Great British Entrepreneur Awards head of content Jonathan Davies spoke with Faraz Aghaei, co-founder and creative director of The Clerkenwell Brothers to discuss why branding is so important. This session offered top tips on building a brand narrative, how to set a brilliant brief when developing a brand and looked into the […]
By Michael Baxter, Fresh Business Thinking The short video which is often produced using a smartphone and TikTok for a low budget is transforming traditional advertising and PR, suggest media experts who recently participated in an online roundtable. But traditional advertising is not dead. If Mark Twain was alive today and working in […]
Posted on 10th September 2020 in Sales & Marketing.
The creative industries contribute £8.8 million per hour to the UK economy, making it one of the most rapidly growing sectors of the global financial system, according to freelance marketplace PeoplePerHour.
The creative and digital industries are facing a skills shortage in 2015, according to creative business school Hyper Island.
£16 million worth of funding has been made available by business secretary, Vince Cable, to boost skills in the UK’s creative industries and help develop the filmmakers and fashion designers of the future.
Business Secretary, Vince Cable has today (Thursday) appointed entrepreneur, author and influential games industry figure Ian Livingstone as the Department for Businesses’ Creative Industries Champion.
The technology and creative industries will drive London’s growth in the next five years, closely followed by professional and financial services, according to the latest CBI/KPMG London Business Survey.
Investments worth around £15 million were outlined today at a global business summit in London, while a UK firm announced that it had won two contracts in Malaysia to design projects with a construction value of more than 300 million.