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.
- 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
Our stakeholders are our management board and they provide advice, direction and financial support.
- Channel 4
The CCC team have been working in partnership with North East Screen to deliver the conference and with the North of Tyne, South of Tyne and Tees Valley Combined Authorities, who have together formed the North East Screen Industries Partnership to rise to the challenge of growing production across all genres.
Newcastle City Council, North of Tyne Combined Authority and Invest Newcastle, part of Newcastle Gateshead Initiative are supporting this year’s Creative Cities Convention to be held at the Boiler Shop in Newcastle, a well known music and events destination in the centre of the city and the place where Robert Stephenson's first steam engine was built in the 1800s.
Networking Event Partner
We would like to thank Banijay UK for their continued support and generous funding for our networking event.
The CCC would like to thank UKTV for joining us as a new partner on Day Two of the conference.
Student Masterclass Support And Leaders' Breakfast
Thanks to Tees Valley Combined Authority for sponsoring a small Leaders’ Breakfast in Darlington, hosted by Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen, and enabling our Student Masterclasses at Teesside University to be extended to students from across the region.
The student masterclasses are an important element of the Creative Cities Convention. Teeside University has kindly provided the funding to make this year's student event happen and with their support we are also providing bursaries for a number of students.
Studios Session Partner
Thanks to the University of Sunderland for supporting our session N&R Studios: Build It And They Will Come?
Broadcast, an essential source of business information about the British TV industry at home and around the world, is our official media partner again for 2023.
Under The Moon Ltd is the co-founder and delivery partner for the Creative Cities Convention. The company specialises in the strategic development of the screen sector outside London and also runs programmes and events that improve diverse access to the industry for individuals, public sector organisations, broadcasters and more.