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Summary of Creative Industries statistics user event, January 28th 2016

DCMS held an event for users of the Creative Industries Economic Estimates on January 28th 2016. The presentations and a summary of discussions are below.

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Summary of Creative Industries Economic Estimates User Event, January 28th 2016

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The Creative Industries Economic Estimates - An Overview

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On the 28th January 2016, the Department for Culture, Media and Sport held an event for users of the Creative Industries Economic Estimates. The event included a number of presentations and discussion groups:

  • Overview of Creative Industries Economic Estimates, Dr Niall Goulding
  • Industry perspectives - Will Page, Director of Economics, Spotify
  • Creative Industries statistics development (discussion)
  • Official Statistics - Ed Humpherson, Director General for Regulation, UK Statistics Authority
  • Panel Q & A, Moderator: Diane Coyle, OBE, Professor of Economics, University of Manchester
    • Panel members:
    • Ed Humpherson, Director General for Regulation, UK Statistics Authority
    • Gwyn Owen, Head of Creative Economy, DCMS
    • Mary Gregory, Head of Statistics, DCMS
    • Hasan Bakhshi, Director, Creative Economy in Policy & Research, Nesta
    • Will Page, Director of Economics, Spotify

The discussion groups were focused on developments proposed in Annex E of the most recent statistical release. These developments were also open to public consultation which closed on 26 April 2016. A response to the consultation will be published on 9 June alongside the Focus on Creative Industries Employment and Focus on Export statistical releases.