Creative UK

Register for your FREE Creative Coalition Festival Ticket

R Hollis

Register for your FREE Creative Coalition Festival Ticket

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Creative UK have announced dates and an initial speakers preview for the Creative Coalition 2023 Festival.

Expect a jam-packed programme of talks and workshops from some of the most compelling voices in the creative industry, alongside a stellar roster of performances from creatives doing what they do best.

Come 1-3 March 2023, here’s who to watch out for:

  • Dharshini David – Economics & Trade Correspondent, BBC News
  • Lucy Powell MP – Labour MP for Manchester Central & Shadow Secretary for DCMS
  • Dr Margaret HeffernanEntrepreneur, CEO, Writer & Speaker
  • James Burstall – CEO, Argonon
  • Sir Ian Livingstone CBE – Co-founding Partner, Hiro Capital LLP
  • Maliha Abidi – Artist & Founder, Women Rise
  • Phil Rowley – Head of Futures, Omnicom Media Group (OMG)

More speakers to be announced soon – watch this space…

Click here to register for your FREE ticket.

Event dates:

1-3 March 2023

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