Introduction to NETWORK – Talk and Reception



Arts Two Common Room | QMUL | March 22nd 2018


 

While the Industrial Strategy has set up new funding landscape for the development of the creative economy sector, the uncertainty of Brexit puts a lot of pressure on businesses and research initiatives. Join us for a conversation about the challenges and opportunities in creative economy informed by the most recent debates in the sector.

 

Agenda:

• The Industrial Strategy and Creative Economy – Prof. Morag Shiach

• Global perspectives: Brexit and QMUL’s international connections – Tarek Virani

• Creative Economy and Economic Development – Prof. Leandro Valiati

• Network: a new centre to support Creative Economy research across QMUL

• Network’s website launch

• Reception

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