Creative Coalition 2020

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Monday, November 9, 2020 - 10:00 to Wednesday, November 11, 2020 - 18:00

Streaming live across the country, this 3-day event brings together the UK’s finest creators, makers, leaders and innovators. Showcasing home-grown, world-class talent, Creative Coalition 2020 will be a unique blend of live performances, inspiring talks and panels, practical workshops and networking events, all streamed from across the country directly to our audience at home.

Creative Coalition 2020 offers the opportunity for real cross-sector networking using virtual venue software Hopin, with multiple interactive areas that are optimised for connecting and enabling people to meet each other. You’ll hear from those forging ahead and shaping our futures, and those who built the foundations, with opportunities to meet and collaborate with people across the whole breadth of the UK’s creative sector.

This is a celebration of our achievements as a sector, and a place to discuss how we can shape our collective creative future, brought to you by Creative England and the Creative Industries Federation.

Speakers include:

  • George the Poet
  • Konnie Huq
  • Bruce Daisley
  • Jefferson Hack
  • Elizabeth Diaferia
  • Imran Khan

The Creative Coalition festival is FREE to attend for Creative Industries Federation members!

If you are working in the creative industries as a freelancer, employed individual, or a small business with 10 employees or less, you can join as a Federation member today from just £10 +VAT per month and access all festival sessions and networking events as part of your annual membership.

If you are already a Federation member, your ticket is secure and you will be sent an email with information on how to attend the festival shortly.

Non-members are able to purchase a 3-day pass to access all festival sessions and networking at £180 +VAT, day passes also available from £65 +VAT.

Our festival is for everyone who is working in creative roles, supporting those who do, or who have an interest in the future of our economy and how the creative industries can impact our recovery.

We are a not-for-profit organisation that supports the growth of the creative industries with everything from policy and advocacy, to business support, to direct investment. Our festival is built with this in mind, our network spans right across the UK and includes individuals working in a huge variety of roles, from sole-traders working in traditional arts & crafts, local authority bodies and educational institutions, to FTSE 100 companies. Regardless of their size, all of our members and collaborators have the success of our industry at their core.

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