Highlights from the Creative Reception held at the Royal Academy of Arts where leadings figures from across the UK’s creative industries came together to celebrate UK creativity and talk about why the UK is a great hub of creativity in film, fashion, music, television, design and architecture. The reception formed part of the wider Global Business Summits which included days focusing on the UK’s Creative Content and Creative Services Industries.
Content creativity and technology creativity are coming together - as in the Olympic Opening Ceremony.. It’s a period of amazing innovation
Addressed the Brazil Business Day at Lancaster House - we are intensifying relations with Brazil ahead of Rio Olympics #OlympicDiplomacy
1 website, 7 warehouses, shipping to 170 countries.
ASOS is taking UK fashion to the world - CEO Nick Roberston tells us how it’s done.
Great Britain loves its food - and the rest of the world has a taste for it too. View all the sessions from the British Business Embassy Retail, Food & Drink summit herehttp://m.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL19C4432E7987404C
Sir John Armitt, Chair of the Olympic Delivery Authority, speaks about construction of the Olympic Park at the Global Infrastructure Summit, British Business Embassy
Legacy was at the forefront of every decision we made
UK energy companies are pioneering some of world’s industrial marvels
Leading figures talk about UK Creativity
“We’re just supercool, aren’t we?”
Artist Tracey Emin talks about UK Creativity during the Creative Summit at the British Business Embassy in London.
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So many brilliant UK gold medals this weekend and Twitter’s gone crazy! Did you know the London 2012 opening ceremony generated more tweets than the entire Beijing Olympics? The British Business Embassy’s session “The Olympics : Delivering the Digital Experience” brought us the facts, figures and digital blood, sweat and tears of the Games.