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Nottingham Arts Council England, D2N2 Growth Hub, Derby Quad, Martin Knox, National Videogame Arcade, Nottingham City Council, The Creative Quarter, The Mighty Creatives, UK Young Artists.

Plymouth Addon Marketing, Creative Kernow, Creative Skills, Karst, Kicoula Ross,Leach Pottery, Malcolm Ross, Minack Theatre, Peninsula Arts, Plymouth City Council, Plymouth College of Art, Plymouth Culture, Plymouth University.

Swansea Aberystwyth Art Centre, Alys Pearce, Amber & Pearl Ltd, Artes Mundi, Arts & Business Cymru, Arts Council of Wales, BBC Now, British Council, Chapter, City and County of Swansea, Collaborative Designs Ltd, Coreo Cymru, Coventry University, Creative Europe Desk UK, Creu Cymru, Culture Action Europe/ISIS Arts,Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch, Enterprise Europe Network - Swansea University, European Commission Office in Wales, Ffilm Cymru, Ffotogallery, Fiction Factory, Gillian Brightmore, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Good Thing Creative, Jess Matthews, Jo Mazelis, Karen Ingham, Laura Drane, Literature Wales, Mark Folds, Michael Garvey, National Dance Company Wales, National Museum of Wales, NoFit State, RWCMD, Richard Berry, Sarah Campbell-Horner, Sarah Tanburn, Shakespeare Schools Foundation, Small World Theatre, Sudesta Project, Swansea International Festival, The Other Room, Theatr Genedlaethol, Trac Cymru, Trillien Consultancy, University of Wales Trinity St David, Voluntary Arts, Wales Arts International, Wales Millennium Centre, Wales National Opera, Welsh Government, Zehra Jumabhoy.

Further respondents Great Yarmouth Arts Festival, Tangerine, UK Theatre, Wilkinson Eyre, Writers’ Centre Norwich.


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Footnotes 1. “DCMS Sectors Economic Estimates.” DCMS, August 2016. 2. “Creative Industries: Focus on Employment.” DCMS, June 2016. 3. “Creative Industries: Focus on Employment.” DCMS, June 2016. 4. Bakhshi, Hasan, Carl Benedikt Frey, and Mike Osborne. 5. “DCMS Sectors Economic Estimates: Employment Update.” DCMS, August 2016. 6. “DCMS Sectors Economic Estimates: Employment Update.” DCMS, August 2016. 7. Windsor, George, Hasan Bakhshi, and Juan Mateos Garcia. “Skilled Migration and the UK’s Creative Industries.” Nesta, September 2016. 8. Figures provided by UK Screen 9. Video Games and Brexit negotiations.” UKIE, August 2016 10. HESA, 11. “EU Students Vital to Regional Economies and Jobs.” Universities UK, April 8, 2016. http://www.universitiesuk. 12. HESA, 13. “Talent Mobility 2020 and beyond: The Future of Mobility in a Globally Connected World,” PwC, 2016. 14. Summary.pdf 15. Figures supplied by Creative Kernow. 16. Brandenburg, Uwe. “The Erasmus Impact Study,” 2014. 17. Garcia, Beatriz, Ruth Melville, and Tamsin Cox. “Creating an Impact: Liverpool’s Existence as European Capital of Culture.” Impacts 08, 2010. 18. “Hull UK City of Culture 2017: Strategic Business Plan 2015-2018,” n.d. 19. 20. Based on UNCTAD data for 2012, converted at current prices. 21. BOP Analysis of UNCTAD for Creative International; 22. UKTI, Trade Statistics, 2013 23. “Media and Entertainment Capital Confidence Barometer”, EY, May 2016 24. “2015 UK Attractiveness Survey,” EY, 2015 25. trade-path-policy-brexit-uk 26. Figures supplied by Universities UK 27. Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights, under the World Trade Organisation. 28. World Intellectual Property Organisation. 29. Online Copyright Infringement Tracker, Intellectual Property Office, June 2016. 30. Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit. 31. COBA 2014 Census, Oliver & Ohlbaum Associates Ltd, June 2014. 32. Video Games and Brexit negotiations, Ukie, September 2016. 33. Figures supplied by ACID. 34. David, Stone. “Ten Years of EU Design Law.” WIPO 35. Magazine, December 2013. magazine/en/2013/06/article_0006.html. 36.

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