As Britain begins to recover from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, copyright licensing is more important than ever, explains Rebecca Deegan, Director of Policy & Public Affairs at the British Copyright Council.
With a client roster being one of the most important validation points for any business looking to attract new custom, we ask the founder of Bozboz whether his star-named customers have been a boost.
There is, of course, no way of guaranteeing that a funding application will be successful, but there are a number of strategies that you could adopt to help improve your chances of success.
Creative England and Crowdfunder have partnered on a short film campaign that will jumpstart independent filmmakers with a share of £100,000, while also allowing them to secure additional finance through crowdfunding.
Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow has successfully purchased a Los Angeles sex shop, which she plans on turning into a prestigious nightclub, according to TMZ.
Vision Nine, the British events firm behind surf, skate and music festival Boardmasters, has secured a £5m events firm as part of the government-backed Enterprise Investment Scheme to continue growing the demand for live lifestyle events.
Social enterprise MeWe360 and investment and advisory firm Creative England have launched an incubator programme to support black and ethnic minority entrepreneurs in the film, TV, gaming and digital media industries.
London Fashion Week (LFW) 2015 is underway, running 22 February to 24 February, and event organiser the British Fashion Council (BFC) has announced a “business support strategy to help build designer brands of the future.”
The growth of Britain's creative industries is outperforming every other sector – this is a market ripe for opportunity, writes serial entrepreneur Tony Kelly.
Britain's creative scene is a roll, as the success of "Gravity" shows. But why? And, more importantly, how can other sectors get a slice of the action?