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Fashion/Policy, United Kingdom
Judith has over ten years experience in public sector economic development specialising in London’s designer fashion sector.
Digital technologies/Education/Entrepreneurship/Innovation, United Kingdom
Gillian is a freelance Scottish creative consultant who enables organisations to engage with audiences, harness digital tools, and develop collaborative, practical solutions.
Policy, United Kingdom
Donald Hyslop is Head of Regeneration and Community Partnerships at Tate Modern, London.
Clusters/Policy, United Kingdom
Steven Miles is Professor in Sociology at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Neil Peterson is Director and Founder of Inside Track, an innovative new consultancy group which focusses on helping clients – normally major European Cities – to deliver positive social and economic changes.
Lidia is a Brazilian economic researcher and advisor on cultural and economic policy.
Clusters/Policy/Urban development, Italy/United Kingdom
Lia is the Founder and Director of Noema, a UK-based organisation working internationally to deliver place mapping and strategic cultural planning projects.
Digital technologies/Finance and investment/Innovation/Policy, United Kingdom
Chris Garcia is an experienced consultancy director, with a record in innovation and digital and creative industries' cluster development.
Cultural management/Culture and development/Digital technologies/Education/Performing arts/Policy, United Kingdom
Rob Elkington manages the Royal Shakespeare Company's national and international partnership programmes with schools, theatres and universities - programmes focussed on transforming the teaching and learning of Shakespeare.
Culture and development/Digital technologies/Education/Heritage/Policy/Visual arts, United Kingdom
Nigel Llewellyn joined Tate to establish their research department in 2007, having previously been Director of the AHRC Research Centres programme.
Culture and development/Digital technologies/Journalism/Policy, United Kingdom
As Professor of Radio and Popular Music Studies, Tim Wall leads an Interactive Cultures Research team exploring the relationship between culture, technology and media.
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