ICAEW and the creative industries
- Publish date: 12 February 2018
- Archived on: 12 February 2019
The creative industries are major contributors to culture, the economy and innovation. In the UK alone, they contribute £92bn per annum to the economy (GVA). They’re fast growing and employ more than three million people – across film, fine arts, design, music, video games, fashion, TV, crafts, publishing, radio, photography and heritage.
ICAEW is committed to boosting investment in the creative industries and providing them with expert professional advice.
Creative Industries – Routes to Finance is a unique guide devised, researched and published by the Corporate Finance Faculty, with the support of the Creative Industries Federation and 52 organisations in the UK’s creative economy.
The free guide covers:
- Practical approaches to financial preparation
- Professional advice
- Public investment
- Philanthropic support
- Private capital
Together these help organisations to develop financial sustainability and resilience. The guide is based on interviews and contributions by more than 80 professionals from national cultural institutions, creative businesses, government agencies, investors, lenders and advisory organisations.
UK television in focus – an ICAEW/PwC report that outlines how innovative digital technologies, fast-changing consumer trends and international M&A are transforming TV.
Immerse UK – Shaun Beaney is Chair of the ‘Access to Finance’ working group of Immerse UK, a joint initiative between government, academia and business. Immerse UK is is supported by Innovate UK, Rolls-Royce, the Institution of Engineering & Technology, BT, Holovis, Vive, the National Theatre, University of Nottingham and many other organisations.
ICAEW’s Entertainment, Sport & Media Community – a source of information, advice and guidance for Chartered Accountants working in these sectors
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