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“Government's commitments cannot end here,” urged the CIF's chief executive John Kampfner. “We look forward to continued commitment in supporting the next generation of creatives which will ensure our creative industries remain world-leading.” The federation's focus on talent supply is intentional (it has a campaign ...
... for creative firms to access finance, with up to £4m of government funding for a programme of intensive business investment readiness support. CIF Chief Executive John Kampfner has described the Deal as “a welcome first step, highlighting the significant contribution our sector makes to UK innovation, ...

“The agreement on the implementation period means creative businesses can put their contingency plans on hold,” said the CIF's chief executive John Kampfner. “This is a victory for companies across the UK who are no longer staring over a cliff edge and will have more time to adapt to life after we leave the EU.” He added ...
John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation told GQ: "One third of the UK's creatives live in London, and many are freelancers. Rising costs for studio and performance venues are strangling both the creative soul of the city and economic growth. Supporting affordable creative hubs ...
The launch event is part of the program designed to celebrate internationally the Year of the Centenary will be attended by Romanian Ambassador to the UK Dan Mihalache, ICR president Liliana Turoiu and John Kampfner, president of the Creative Industries Federation. The latter will collaborate with ICR ...
“Digital is the future and the creative industries are leading the way," commented John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation. "And, while the scale may be international, the impact is local. Last year creative jobs grew by 25 per cent in Yorkshire and the West Midlands, with regional ...

John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation, said: “We welcome the Prime Minister's recognition of the challenges faced by the creative industries during Brexit negotiations. Almost half of the UK's creative exports - worth over £35bn - go to the EU. We now need more detail on how ...
Some former leaders see their reputations advanced when unencumbered by office. Others fall away or descend into ignominy. For all his travails while prime minister in the 1990s (the latter part of which I covered as a lobby journalist), Sir John Major has arguably acquired a greater status as an elder ...
And while the Government has been reluctant to publish the reports because it might undermine the UK's negotiating position John Kampfner, Chief Executive of the Creative Industries Federation, believes the real reason for the reluctance to publish is their rudimentary nature. Without the help of ...
"[Government] must now deliver an immigration system that can support its commitment – a system commensurate with its vision of an open, global Britain," said John Kampfner, chief executive of CIF. "Our global reputation has made us a magnet for world-class talent who, in turn, have helped build our ...
“We should be seen as either the most, or one of the most important, future-proof engines for growth in the UK economy,” says John Kampfner, the chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation. “But one of the key reasons we're so successful is that Britain is so ... open. The question is: is that soluble ...
She will work closely four days a week with the c.e.o., John Kampfner, on external relations, stakeholder engagement and communications and “play a key role” in developing the strategic direction of the federation as it enters a new phase of growth. Millard succeeds Harriet Finney who is joining the BFI as ...
Lovers and Strangers by Clair Wills review – the making of modern Britain. Personal stories from the first generation of Britain's postwar immigrants have much to teach us as we seek to close our doors to the EU. John Kampfner. Mon 21 Aug 2017 04.00 EDT Last modified on Thu 22 Feb 2018 09.20 EST. Share on ...
There is a looming crisis which is not getting the campaign airtime it deserves in this election: the encroachment of automation into our workforce. Research by the innovation foundation Nesta has suggested that 35 per cent of British jobs could be eventually fully automated with significant consequences for ...
I am delighted to have this incredible opportunity to represent music and more specifically the entrepreneurs in the creative sector at the highest level ensuring that these dynamic self-starters who are responsible for so much value are properly empowered, recognised and supported.' John Kampfner, chief ...
New secretary of state for culture Matt Hancock has described the UK's creative industries as "a mammoth" in his first speech to the sector in his new post. Speaking at the Creative Industries Federation's anniversary event at the Natural History Museum in London last night, Hancock noted how the museum ...
“It seems that the arts and the creative industries have to work harder than other sectors to achieve our ends,” wrote a frustrated-sounding John Kampfner, the CIF's chairman. He said a sign of success would be the day when ministers “devote the same attention to the needs of a TV company or architecture ...

His knowledge and experience of the creative industries will be vital in a year where we focus on promoting diversity, talent and skills across design and technology.” John Kampfner, CEO at Creative Industries Federation, adds: “We welcome the appointment of Matt Hancock as the new culture secretary.
And while the Government has been reluctant to publish the reports because it might undermine the UK's negotiating position John Kampfner, Chief Executive of the Creative Industries Federation, believes the real reason for the reluctance to publish is their rudimentary nature. Without the help of ...
"[Government] must now deliver an immigration system that can support its commitment – a system commensurate with its vision of an open, global Britain," said John Kampfner, chief executive of CIF. "Our global reputation has made us a magnet for world-class talent who, in turn, have helped build our ...
UK-made films, music, adverts and video games could be hit by a post-Brexit restriction on immigration, harming the economy, a trade body has warned. The Creative Industries Federation (CIF) said the £87bn a year the sector generated for the economy was at risk if immigration was restricted. The sector ...
“We should be seen as either the most, or one of the most important, future-proof engines for growth in the UK economy,” says John Kampfner, the chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation. “But one of the key reasons we're so successful is that Britain is so ... open. The question is: is that soluble ...
She will work closely four days a week with the c.e.o., John Kampfner, on external relations, stakeholder engagement and communications and “play a key role” in developing the strategic direction of the federation as it enters a new phase of growth. Millard succeeds Harriet Finney who is joining the BFI as ...
Lovers and Strangers by Clair Wills review – the making of modern Britain. Personal stories from the first generation of Britain's postwar immigrants have much to teach us as we seek to close our doors to the EU. John Kampfner. Mon 21 Aug '17 04.00 EDT Last modified on Sat 2 Dec '17 09.19 EST. Share on Facebook ...
Pro-Brexit protesters outside the House of Commons: 'The Brexiters are experts at defining what they don't like – nobody can explain their New Jerusalem.' Photograph: Rex/Shutterstock. Politics · Book of the day. The Road to Somewhere: The Populist Revolt and the Future of Politics by David Goodhart – ...
Around the table were men in suits (plus a solitary woman) with hardened experience of industry, from aviation, automotive and science to retail, plus a smattering of lawyers. I was at the Chamber of Commerce in Birmingham, extolling the importance of the creative industries. I asked them what dealings ...
Creative industries are key to UK economy. The government should not underestimate the value of our arts output in terms of global branding and wealth generation. John Kampfner. Sat 31 Dec '16 19.05 EST Last modified on Fri 1 Dec '17 22.43 EST. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more ...
John Kampfner, Chief Executive of the Creative Industries Federation, which has previously described current education policy as “driven by the thinking of an academic elite”, also emphasised the importance of the findings. He said: “One of our most urgent priorities is to push government to give arts and ...
John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation, said: 'One of our most urgent priorities is to push government to give arts and creative subjects equal billing in schools. And that means equal billing for everyone, whatever your background. Arts subjects are essential for the growth of ...
“I would very much like to thank CIF Chair Rick Haythorthwaite, CIF CEO John Kampfner and the team at CIF and look forward to engaging with my new colleagues there on the board.” John Kampfner, CEO of the CIF added: “”We are delighted to welcome Paul as our newest board member.
Welcoming the news John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation, commented: “These are impressive figures and testament to the innovation and resilience of this sector and its contribution to the wider UK economy. “But it should be noted that these figures are for the period before ...
John Kampfner, CEO at the Creative Industries Federation, says the Federation “welcomes” the “impressive figures” which demonstrate the “innovation and resilience of this sector and its contribution to the wider UK economy.” He adds that these figures were recorded prior to the EU referendum vote on 23 ...
John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation, said: “These are impressive figures and testament to the innovation and resilience of this sector and its contribution to the wider UK economy. “But it should be noted that these figures are for the period before the EU referendum.
But CIF boss John Kampfner believes it is not enough. “Failure to back our world-leading creative enterprises and entrepreneurs will be to the detriment of a sector that creates jobs at four times the rate of the wider UK workforce,” he said. Reflecting on that workforce however, the federation did suggest that ...
This omission has not been lost on the industry, with Creative Industries Federation CEO John Kampfner saying the Government “has missed an important opportunity to invest in the UK's fastest growing sector at a critical time for the country.” He adds: “Failure to back our world-leading creative enterprises ...
Her frustrations have been echoed by Creative Industries Federation (CIF) chief executive John Kampfner, who said the government was at risk of "undermining the growth and prosperity" of the industry with its "lack of ambition". "The government has missed an important opportunity to invest in the UK's ...
John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation, said: “Today's budget is disappointing. With the creative industries already contributing £87 billion to the economy, the government has missed an important opportunity to invest in the UK's fastest-growing sector at a critical time for the ...
The focus on R&D was welcomed by both John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation, and Lotinga. Lotinga said: “We very much welcome the government's commitment in this year's budget to increase spending on R&D and the announcement of extra funding for maths education ...
And while the Government has been reluctant to publish the reports because it might undermine the UK's negotiating position John Kampfner, ...
But CIF CEO John Kampfner says that isn't borne out by his research. Brexit could cause "catastrophic" damage to the UK&#.
John Kampfner, c.e.o. of the Creative Industries Federation, said that the findings showed the end of freedom of movement posed a "huge risk" ...
... ability to produce the films, books and television that define Britain around the world,” says John Kampfner, chief executive officer of the CIF.
"We need an immigration system that enables our extraordinary sector to continue to grow," said the federation's chief executive John Kampfner ...
John Kampfner, CEO at the Federation, says: “This report shows that the end of freedom of movement poses a huge risk to the creative ...
“We should be seen as either the most, or one of the most important, future-proof engines for growth in the UK economy,” says John Kampfner, ...
John Kampfner, chief executive of the Creative Industries Foundation, who helped launch the study in at the Dundee Contemporary Arts centre, ...
John Kampfner, federation chair, implied the omission by Mrs May to be a missed opportunity because “creative businesses are deeply ...
... based on a series of interviews with key players and historians”, alongside research in the primary-source material, agrees John Kampfner in ...
The report was broadly welcomed by John Kampfner CEO of the Creative Industries Federation: “The Creative Careers Campaign idea ...
She is expected to work closely with chief executive John Kampfner on external relations, stakeholder engagement and communications.


 

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