Event: Making and Breaking of Creative Industries

Creative Edinburgh to host free conference to explore impact of digital

Creative Edinburgh is hosting a free, all-day event in March to explore digital platforms as new drivers of creative businesses.

The event, provocatively titled The Making and Breaking of the Creative Industries, will look at the opportunities and challenges that digital production and distribution have for creatives in Scotland.

The day will be split into morning, lunch and afternoon sessions and will include four informal discussions with ‘digital experts’ and a series of talks from four speakers, including Sync’s own Devon Walshe.

Topics for discussion include intellectual property, copyright and curation; analytics and experimentation; and the future of digital music. At the end of the day, there’ll also be chance for some informal chat and networking.

The event will take place on Thursday 21 March at Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh, from 9.30am-5pm.

For details of the full programme and to book a place, click here.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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