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Creative Industries. To businesses seeking a competitive edge, To societies looking for new ways to tackle issues and improve the quality of life. This offers the UK enormous opportunities. Emma Calder. Creative industry is made up of 13 sectors. Including: Advertising . Architecture.

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Creative industries

Creative Industries

To businesses seeking a competitive edge, To societies looking for new ways to tackle issues and improve the quality of life. This offers the UK enormous opportunities.

Emma Calder


Creative industry is made up of 13 sectors
Creative industry is made up of 13 sectors

Including:

  • Advertising.

  • Architecture.

  • Art and antiques.

  • Computer games.

  • Crafts.

  • Design.

  • Designer fashion.

  • Film and video.

  • Music.

  • Performing arts.

  • Publishing.

  • Software.

  • TV and radio.


Facts and figures
Facts and Figures

  • creative industries contributed 2.9% of the UK’s Gross Value Added in 2009, this is an increase from 2.8% in 2008.

  • 1.5 million people are employed in the creative industries or in creative roles in other industries, 5.1% of the UK’s employment

  • exports of services by the creative industries accounted for 10.6% of the UK’s exports of services

  • there were an estimated 106,700 businesses in the creative industries on the Inter-departmental business register (IDBR) in 2011, this represents 5.1% of all companies on the IDBR


Issues
Issues

  • Mobile Phones advertising has made a huge impact over 2011-2012, 138 million iPhones had been sold in the world, Steve Jobs also said on March 3rd 2011 over 100 million iPhones had been sold and now in 2011/2012 over 38.1 million iPhone 4S’s have been sold world wide.

  • The Government wants to create the right environment to start and grow a business, making sure that people working in the creative industries have the right managerial and leadership skills to do so. It has committed to introducing a ’one-in one-out‘ rule for new regulations, sunset clauses, and an immediate review of all inherited regulation in the pipeline.


Creative s cotland
Creative Scotland

  • The bill of creative Scotland was introduced in 2008 to the Scottish parliament. The establishment of Creative Scotland will cultivate and support the best of Scottish arts and culture and maximise the potential of Scotland's creative sector. The Bill outlines that Creative Scotland and artists themselves will have the freedom and power to determine their own creative direction - a firm sign from this Government that we will not interfere in artistic decisions.


The importance of creative industries in the uk
The importance of creative industries in the UK

  • Technological advances have led to increasing innovation in areas such as film and video game production, while the internet has expanded and transformed distribution patterns for music, television, video and live events, and has produced fundamental changes in interactive arts, entertainment and publishing.


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