Creative Industries Trade Mission to Brazil 23- 30 September 2012

View of Rio de Janeiro from Corcovado Mountain

Sound & Vision UK & Brazil

UK Trade & Investment would like to offer you the opportunity to join them on a Creative Industries trade mission to Brazil which will provides delegates with a direct and valuable insight into one of the fastest growing markets in the world.

Meet some of the leading individuals in the Brazilian music, screen and digital media industries. Visit the key places and find out how to be successful in this exciting market.

NEWS FLASH – join the mission and take part in the Economist Intelligence Unit, conference on “Content Disruptors”, along with thought leaders from Brazil and the UK. NEWS FLASH

Whether it’s the live music scene, film / television, sync placements, the digital market or being first to take advantage of opportunities that will be created, this is the place to be!

The mission will visit Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro.

The chance to take advantage of the Rio Film Festival event in Rio

The Programme includes a full schedule of presentations, seminars, workshops and networking events

Brazil is the seventh largest Internet market in the world with sectors of e-commerce, social networking, digital advertising, search and video leading in revenues.

2010 was a record-breaking year for private capital investment in film. Tax incentives and other subsidies for film co-productions resulted in the strongest performance in a decade.

Brazil has a thriving Electronic, Alternative and Live music scene and offers great opportunities to UK companies.

Space is LIMITED, so don’t hesitate!

Application process is online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/9TGMWNG

If you are interested in going on the mission please email Gina Fegan (screen) gina.fegan@uktispecialist.com or Phil Patterson (music) phil.patterson@uktispecialist.com for the latest information. There is a registration fee of £600 per company.

We will provide details of a group hotel, but delegates will be required to cover their own travel expenses and accommodation fees.

There may be support for this and other export business development activity available through UKTI, please contact Gina Fegan (screen) and Phil Patterson (music) for more information.

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