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Creative Economy Networks: research, policy and exchange

Event date Event time Event location
30/04/2018 - 01/05/2018 9:30 am - 6:00 pm Two venues near Victoria Park, North London

Network and People's Palace Projects, two research centres at Queen Mary University of London had formed a partnership with the British Council to deliver a conference which is showcasing, in part, projects funded by AHRC.

About Creative Economy Networks: research, policy and exchange

Creative Economy Networks: research, policy and exchange (UK-Brazil) explores the role of exchange and local development in the Creative Economy. The UK and Brazil share similar challenges which will be addressed during the conference by researchers, policymakers, small businesses and practitioners as they exchange expertise, explore potential partnerships and address challenges for the creative economy.

About the conference

The two-day conference (in two different locations which are nearby to each other) will be a major opportunity for creative businesses, practitioners, researchers, cultural and policy organisations to come together and discuss key challenges and opportunities.

Day One: 30 April 2018

There will be a number of key note speakers from academia and the launch of Brazil-UK Shared Practice Guide in Creative Economy.

For full details, and how to attend please visit the event webpage. See also the downloadble flyer below:

Download the flyer - 30 April 2018 - CEN Conference flyer


Day Two: 1 May 2018

Key speakers from both UK and Brazil will give particular focus to the new research and policy drawn from recent UK-Brazil collaboration.

For full details and how to attend please visit the event webpage.

Download the flyer - 1 May 2018 - CEN Conference flyer

Contact
Andre Piza, Knowledge Exchange Manager for Network - QMUL Centre for the Creative and Cultural Economy, Tel: 0207 882 2823.

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