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NTIA to launch Night Time Economy Summit

The summit will take place from 7th to 8th April 2022 alongside Bristol Nights & Savenightlife CIC.

NTIA to launch Night Time Economy Summit

The first-ever nighttime economy summit hosted by NTIA will take place at Bristol Beacon on the 7th and 8th of April 2022.

The summit will allow everyone to come together and collectively debate and share experiences. It will also aim to give businesses the chance to reset and start afresh while effecting change for a brighter industry outlook.

Michael Kill, CEO, NTIA, says:

“At this point, we felt it vitally important that we benchmark this moment with a summit, where our community can come together, some to meet for the first time outside of their virtual realm, an opportunity for operators, regulators, creators, entrepreneurs to come together and share, learn and build a stronger, more resilient industry for the future.”

NTIA will host the summit in conjunction with Bristol Night and Savenightlife CIC, with over 100 speakers and workshops featuring key industry experts from across the sector.

Carly Heath, NTE Advisor Bristol, says:

“We have a phenomenal history of night culture across the West Country, with some amazing talent, events and venues throughout. Bristol is renowned for its musical diversity and sound system culture, so it seems quite right that we celebrate this alongside the NTIA & Savenightlife this year. We are extremely excited to welcome the industry from across the UK as part of the summit.“

Speakers include Sacha Lord (Night Time Economy Advisor, Greater Manchester), Jenni Cochrane (Getahead), Simon Dunmore (CEO, Defected), Yousef (Circus), Mark Davyd (CEO, Music Venue Trust), Maria May (CAA), Katy Ellis (Anglo Management), Clare O’Neill (Greener Festivals), Mike Grieve (Sub Club), Steve Braines (He.She.They), Brandon Block (DJ), Rob Masterson (Mustard Media).

Register here for ticket information. 

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