A ‘creative’ economy. Again. (Or is it?)

Time for the annual celebration of the value of the UK’s creative industries.

“From Art to Architecture, Film to Fashion, British talent leads the world”

“The UK’s Creative Industries, which includes the film, television and music industries, are now worth £76.9 billion per year to the UK economy.”

Strange to mention the creative activities with some kind of cultural or artistic bent, but not to flag up the ‘creative’ sector which accounts for almost half of that £76.9bn figure – ‘IT, Software and Computer Services‘.

More here.

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