9am – Registration, tea and coffee
10am – Host introduces CIDA and Cr8net (Matthew Taylor, CEO of The RSA)
10.05am – CIDA’s CEO introduction (Toks, Majek-Akisanya)
10.10am – Morning Keynote (Frances Brindle)
10.30am – Q&A
11am – Tea, coffee, refreshments
11.15am – Panel Debate: Creative Entrepreneurship (Andrew Senior, Eze Vidra, Pauline Tambling, Charmaine Hayden, Auro Foxcroft, Rashid Kasirye)
12pm – Q&A
12.45 – Breakout sessions
Breakout 1. Tech City, Creative Industries and the Olympic Legacy.
Chaired by Sam Gordon (First Year In) and Adriana Marques (London Legacy).
“Chasing white elephants in the Olympic Park”
What role can the creative and cultural industries play in fashioning a vibrant legacy of the Games and who should we be talking to?
Breakout 2. Are networks greater than the sum of their lists?
Chaired by Nancy Groves (The Guardian Cultural Professionals Network)
“Networks shout louder but who’s listening?”
Can we improve the way networks support the creative industries? Creative Commons network anyone?
Breakout 3. The emerging funding landscape for creative industry start-ups in a post crash universe.
Chaired by Mary-Alice Stack (ArtCo/Arts Council England)
“Stop, I wanna get on!”
The creative and cultural money-go-round spins ever faster. What are the emerging options for creative and cultural businesses and the agencies that support them?
1.30pm – Lunch
2.30pm – Panel Debate: Creative Question Time (Alison Wenham, David Parrish, Fabio Santos, Charlotte Higgins)
3.30pm – Afternoon Keynote (Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries)
4pm – Close and networking