Published on: 22 November 2012 in Campaigns

Directors UK responds to Inquiry into Support for the Creative Economy

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Directors UK responded to the recent inquiry launched by the Culture, Media and Sport Committee into support for the creative economy.

In the submission, Directors UK highlighted the importance of support for creative individuals working within the industries covered by the consultation, arguing for greater representation for them through the appointment of a government champion.

Other key priorities outlined were as follows:

Support for copyright - fair rewards and incentives for British creators. Tax and employment - recognition and support for the nature of freelance employment. Skills and training - developing and inspiring talent Representation of individuals - a government champion for the individual creatives.

To download the submission by Directors UK, please click the link below.

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