How To Break Through In The Creative Industries

George is an expert when it comes to the creative industries, and he loves supporting the people that work in it, or want to. His talk focuses on helping people that are struggling to break through in the creative sector to be more pro-active and try new approaches to get their foot in the door, and take their career (or business) to the next stage. George will also share how the industry has changed and some common methodologies used by successful creative professionals as well as adding his own experience into the night, to help people take that giant leap.

This talk took place on 29th March 2016 at The Belgrave.


George Taylor

George Taylor is the Founder and Director of Creative Industry Hub (a Prince's Trust supported business), the Digital Marketing Manager at i-intro®, and a Contributor for Eventbrite. He has spoken at numerous Marketing conferences including Social Media Week, and at the Google Campus on behalf of Eventbrite and General Assembly.

In 2013, he founded the successful event brand 'Strictly Go Networking,’ but after closing his first company down and moving from London to Leeds in mid-2014, he set up Creative Industry Hub shortly after, which focuses on London-based conferences for the Music, Fashion, Film and Art sectors.

Creative Industry Hub works in partnership with some of the largest and most established organisations in the creative industries (some international) including, but not limited to: Media Match Magazine (formerly 'UK Music Jobs'), FashionUnited, Ethical Fashion Forum, UKFT Rise, Istituto Marangoni, The Industry London, Eventbrite, Unsigned Guide, ArtLyst, Casting Days, Surviving Actors, Synchtank, Music Gateway, Soundcheque, Record of the Day, and more.

He is also an avid musician and regularly plays guitar and writes music. Some of his music has made it's way on to Spotify, Amazon and iTunes. George has also played at Music Festivals, appeared on radio, and in the past, his music has been critiqued by well-known celebrity musicians.

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