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Jersey’s Creative Industries come together

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The cream of Jersey’s creative industries will be coming together at a breakfast forum being held on Friday 28th February at the Pomme D’Or Hotel in St Helier.

All segments of Jersey's creative sectors have been invited - from digital marketers, creatives, I.T. professionals, designers and photographers - and the forum will be headed by Deputy Rod Bryans.  Other guest speakers include Jay Aylmer, founder of the Guernsey Creative Industries forum.

Topics covered will include:

* Do we have a place for creativity? Is there space for performance, exhibition and public engagement, as well s space for creative business?

* Education - what should we offer on island to young creatives and students? How can we nurture the future creative talent?

* Training - can we make more regular opportunities to learn and collaborate?

* Connectivity - how can we have a thriving creative economy without world class broadband?

There will be plenty of time for questions following the forum, so anyone not yet on the guest list, but who wishes to come, is asked to contact Julie on 07781 116713, or email her at: sales@collaboratecommunications.com to reserve a space.

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