The Creative Cities Convention could not happen without support from our partners, they are our friends and we really value the many different kinds of friendships it takes to make the convention a success.
By becoming a partner of this exciting event businesses will have a unique opportunity to increase their brand awareness and visibility within the industry, as well as build new partnerships with industry leaders.
Why partner and be friends with the Creative Cities Convention?
- The convention is unique, each year it moves to a different city and won’t come to Cardiff again
- Our delegates are senior broadcast decision makers, a wide range of creative and business leaders from independent production companies, local and national journalists and students.
- The convention offers partnerships that make a difference; increased brand awareness, a networking opportunity and a chance to cement your reputation in the field by association with our convention.
The whole team would like to thank each and every one of our partners, diolch yn fawr.
Our stakeholders are our management board and provide advice, direction and financial support.
- Channel 4
- Channel 5
We would like to thank the organisations below for their support at last year's event:
Headline partner - Cardiff Council
We are proud to be working with Cardiff Council and to witness at first hand what great things can be achieved when local authorities and the creative industries work closely together.
In keeping with this year’s Let’s Be Friends theme, three Cardiff-based companies have collaborated to become our Entertainment Partner and provide drinks, canapes and a live band in the foyer of our venue to launch the convention in style.
- Boom Cymru
- ITV Wales
University Partner - Faculty of Creative Industries, University of South Wales
Cardiff is one of the UK’s main hubs for the development of the creative industries sector and the University of South Wales continues to play a major role in this growth. We are proud to be working with the University’s Faculty of Creative Industries as our education sponsor.
Post Production Partner - Splice
Based in Cardiff and Shoreditch, London Splice is one of the UK’s leading post-production companies.
Translation Partner - Teledwyr Annibynnol Cymru (TAC)
For the last 30 years, TAC has represented the Welsh independent TV production sector, and have kindly agreed to translate our programme.
Broadcast, an essential source of business information about the British TV industry at home and around the world, is our official media partner for 2019.
- Royal Television Society