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Date updated: 21/11/2022

Established by the Lord Mayor in 2020, in partnership with the City of London Corporation and Culture Mile, the Culture & Commerce Taskforce brought together industry leaders who championed projects that unite business and the creative industries for mutual positive benefit.

Its vision is for culture and commerce to work together and develop new ways of collaborating, to ensure London’s creative energy and competitive strengths retain its position as the best city in the world in which to live, work, learn and invest.

After having set out a blueprint for how culture and commerce could work together earlier in 2021 – new, innovative models have now been tried, tested and shown to work.

This report celebrates a year of collaboration between cultural and commercial sectors that has stimulated economic recovery and shown that by working together we can have a stronger impact. Download the report below.

A Year of Fuelling Creative Renewal PDF (5MB)
Date submitted: 19/10/21

Watch below "A Year of Fuelling Creative Renewal", the video that celebrates the achievements of the Taskforce between October 2020 and October 2021:

A Year of Fuelling Creative Renewal Transcript PDF (69KB)
Date submitted: 21/11/22

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