October 7, 2021
Online event - registrants will receive joining instructions closer to the event.
Where creativity meets Technology in West London!
The Digital Creative Network West is back!
Following its successful launch in April, the DCN returns representing an exciting opportunity to convene large anchor organisations, startups and academia and accelerate innovation in West London.
West London is one of the most important global clusters for creative industries with a competitive advantage of superior connectivity, major studios, international screen corporates, strong ecosystem and in-demand talent. We are seeking to promote innovation and collaboration amongst industry, academia and government to address the shared priorities of increasing the supply of skilled workers, increasing studio space, and fostering sustainability.
Join us for a series of inspirational talks from industry leaders with sector-leading expertise to serving film clients worldwide, Esports giants and more! Followed by Q&A & networking opportunities to meet like-minded creatives in the borough.
Who should come: All those who work in TV/Film, media, gaming and the wider digital creative space in West London (or close enough!) – regardless of size of organisation. If you love innovation, care about collaboration, want to solve common challenges and enjoy meeting like-minded creatives, this is the place for you.
– Andy Morton, Head of Development Partnerships at JCDecaux
– Johanna Byrane, Head of Business Development at Twickenham
– Nasri Atallah, Co-founder & Producer at Last Floor Productions
– Sarah Mosses CEO of Together Films
– Wouter Sleijffers, CEO at EXCEL Esports.
MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED
16:00 – Short talks by TV/Film, media and the digital creative industry + Q&A
17:00 – Networking commences
17:30 – Event ends
The West London Boroughs (via West London Alliance), West London Business, Film London and London and Partners, are working together to promote the West London sub-region as the “Screen Capital”, a globally significant cluster recognised as a world-leader for talent, innovation and sustainability in the TV/Film industry.
West London and the surrounding environments have a competitive advantage with superior connectivity, major studios, international screen corporates, strong ecosystem and in-demand talent. While this cluster has grown organically over the years, there is now a need for collaboration amongst industry, academia and government to address the shared priorities of increasing the supply of skilled workers, increasing studio space, promoting networks, innovation and sustainability.
If you’re not on the DCN mailing list, then you’re missing out! Sign up here.
Here’s a recap of the DCN launch back in April.