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22 Jun 12

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy's profile available in Vietnamese

A Vietnamese version of TFCC's company profile and activities is now available to download from our website. Tom Fleming has been appointed by UNESCO as an expert for cultural industries development in Vietnam, part of UNESCO's wider programme: 'Strengthening the System of Governance for Culture in Developing Countries'. His second visit to Vietnam will take place in July 2012.

TFCC works internationally and is continuously building its presence and reputation globally. A map of our international projects can be viewed here:

www.tfconsultancy.co.uk/reports/TFCC%20PORTFOLIO%20MAP.pptx

TFCC's company profile is available in Mandarin, French, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish and Vietnamese here:

www.tfconsultancy.co.uk/international.php

20 Jun 12

Tom Fleming in Lagos, Nigeria - toward a Creative Economy Programme for Nigeria

From June 25-29, Tom Fleming will be staging a series of strategic consultation meetings with key partners from government, industry and education. This is with the support of the British Council - which is working closely with partners to guide a sector mapping process and advise on a proposed Creative Industries fund. Tom's visit will culminate in a policy development workshop. Following this visit, Tom will write a short policy guidance paper, which will inform the focus of the Creative Industries Expo in December - at which Tom will deliver a speech.

creativeconomy.britishcouncil.org/

18 Jun 12

The Cultural and Creative Economy of Kent: Animation & Events Programme

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy has been commissioned to lead on the concept development, coordination, production and commentary for Kent County Council as it begins to deliver on its Cultural Strategy. TFCC will work closely with the County Council and partners to stage a set of events and manage a digital platform which help to increase the profile of the cultural and creative sector, plus to enable greater interaction, exchange and collaboration.

www.kent.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=10331&theme=mobile

13 Jun 12

Andrew Erskine - Keynote Speaker at the Creative Economy Rio+20 Conference, June 20-21, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Andrew Erskine will be the final Keynote speaker at the EU-Brazil Sector Dialogues Conference in Rio. This event runs alongside the Rio +20 UN Sustainbable Development Conference - where over 50,000 delegates from across the globe - including 127 world leaders - will be present. The conference is focused on growing policy and practical links across the creative economy. It will concentrate on creative territories and clusters, education and training for creative skills, technologies and new models of business, and research and mapping. Andrew is leading on the research and mapping agenda.

The event builds on the EU/Brazil Joint Programme on Culture: ec.europa.eu/culture/our-policy-development/documents/brazil-coop_en.pdf

Rio +20 UN Sustainbable Development Conference: www.uncsd2012.org/rio20/index.html

13 Jun 12

Tom Fleming Creative Consultancy Commissioned by Film London and Skillset to Evaluate Cultivate - Inspiring Future Audiences; and Framed - Cinema for a New Generation.

Together, this represents an evaluation of Children's Cinema in London. These two programmes, focusing on film education and audience development for young people, are playing an important role in this field. For Framed, we will also work closely with The Barbican to explore their work in children's cinema. Projects are funded by the BFI and National Lottery.

www.filmlondon.org.uk
www.creativeskillset.org
www.barbican.org.uk
www.bfi.org.uk