New International Strategy For UK Creative Industries Launched

A plan to grow exports and inward investment in the UK creative industries has been developed by CITIB (the Creative Industries Trade & Investment Board).

The document, 'Putting the UK's Creative Industries Centre Stage' was launched by Caroline Rush CBE, Chair of CITIB and CEO of the British Fashion Council, and sets out the aim of increasing exports of UK creative services to £66bn and creative exports to £12bn by 2030.

In her introductory letter to the report, Caroline Rush described it as an ambitious plan that "requires a strong and equitable partnership between CITIB and government, focused on alleviating trade barriers to enhance movement of goods, global sales of services, access to skilled labour, the right trade deals, export support programmes and a forward-thinking IP framework."

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