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Aims and Objectives

> To provide and encourage quality and affordable training in radio skills.

> To promote skills sharing across the independent production sector

> To encourage new entrants to the independent production sector.

> To encourage networking, collaboration and partnership across the sector.

> To promote dIversity in programme making, and production.

> To be accessible to indie staff, freelance, and BBC and commercial radio staff.


The audio marketplace is changing fast with more opportunities for audio businesses than ever before so is now the right time to consolidate or build your business?  Do you know how to explore the possibilities?   How do you value your company?  Where do you find a buyer or partner?     The RIG Future Forum brings together experts who know all about the opportunities, the pitfalls and the challenges.     CEO of 7 Digital Simon Cole has headed up the takeovers of several media businesses so has considerable personal experience of how to be successful and Oliver Stacey, Partner at top city law firm Norton Rose Fulbright, specialises in the media and communications sector and has extensive knowledge of  mergers and acquisitions.     There’ll be advice and case studies - what works, what doesn’t -  join other RIG Leaders for a  lively evening of conversation and debate. Oliver Stacey portrait
Date & time: 11Simon Cole portraitth October, 1800 - 2000
Venue: USP Content, Tavis House, 1-6 Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9NA
Chaired by Caroline Elliot - Managing Partner, Quattrain
Cost: £5+VAT for RIG members, £10+VAT non-members
* Booking is now open on the new Bookwhen site