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London and Partners launches first-ever Creative Trade Delegation to Chennai unlocking Creative Technology opportunities

Posted on: 22/Feb/2024 2:14:19 PM
London & Partners (L&P), the business growth and destination agency for London, will showcase the best of India`s creative tech and VFX industry to international companies looking to expand to and invest here. 

L&P`s Creative Delegation will take place from the 19thto 22nd of February with companies from the media, advertising, entertainment, and VFX sectors. Bringing together three leading creative tech ecosystems from London, Chennai, and Mumbai, the itinerary includes studio visits, panel discussions, knowledge-sharing and exclusive business speed networking sessions. 

The delegation will be immersed in India`s thriving media, advertising, gaming, and entertainment sectors. Among the impressive list of Indian companies that are excited to host the creative trade delegation are Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Disney Star, Qube Cinema, PhantomFX, Basilic Fly Studios, iGene Media Solutions, Vajra Global, Schbang and Jio Cinema Labs.

Mr. Hemin Bharucha, Country Director, India, London and Partners, said, "India`s creative prowess coupled with its thriving startup ecosystem has garnered significant attention on the global stage, attracting many international and London-based creative tech companies. We are also seeing tremendous interest from Indian companies wanting to grow and expand into London. This Creative Trade Delegation provides a unique platform for UK and Indian companies alike to venture beyond their borders to form connections that transcend boundaries on a global scale."

London is a global leader in creative technology and aims to create more investment and growth opportunities in this sector. According to a City Hall report, the creative industries are contributing more than 200,000 jobs to London`s economy in the last five years. As per last year`s Sector Vision, the UK`s government aimed to grow the creative industries by 50 billion and support a million new jobs by 2030 through creative careers. The UK Government is committed to supporting the creative industries. For instance, it intends to strengthen the Audio-Visual Expenditure Credit, a tax relief for companies producing specific types of audio-visual content within the UK, particularly in the visual effects domain.

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