Here is a list of some of our partners.
The Talent Manager
A creative professional networking platform.
Creative Diversity Network
The Creative Diversity Network is a forum, paid for by its member bodies. Their role is to bring together organisations, who employ and/or make programmes across the UK television industry to promote, celebrate and share good practice around the diversity agenda.
Creative Skillset empowers the Creative Industries to develop skills and talent; they do this by influencing and shaping policy, ensuring quality and by securing the vital investment for individuals to become the best in their field and for businesses to grow.
A professional network for creative people.
Creative England’s Production Services team delivers professional and bespoke local support to meet every production’s needs. The service includes seven regional managers based in the organisation’s regional offices from Manchester to Brighton, Bristol to Elstree Studios. Working with all productions filming in the English regions, the team helped generate 8,000 shoot days across England last year, amounting to £93million of on location spend and over 7,700 days of work for crew listed on Creative England’s national database. In the last year, the team supported 1,582 productions to shoot in the English regions, generating £80.5million in terms of local regional investment by production companies shooting on location.
Triforce Creative Network
TriForce Creative Network (TCN) was founded in 2004 by actors Jimmy Akingbola and Fraser Ayres to help increase diversity in the entertainment industry. The company has gone from humble beginnings to becoming the leading networking organisation of the entertainment industry, based around a philosophy of inclusivity, not exclusivity. Its mission is to put talent in front of those with the power to move careers forward, launching careers and supporting talent through numerous events.