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Call for evidence published 7 September 2017; the deadline for submissions is Friday 20 October 2017.
The Committee is conducting an inquiry into the UK advertising industry. Advertising contributes to the growth of the UK economy by enabling businesses to attract customers. The UK is also the world's second biggest exporter of advertising services and has the largest advertising market in Europe. The aim of this inquiry is to examine the future of the UK advertising industry, and to investigate how policies and practices might help the industry to maintain its pre-eminent position. In particular, the inquiry aims to consider how the UK can continue to have access to the skills and talent that its advertising industry needs.
Evidence given by Stephen Woodford, Chief Executive Officer, the Advertising Association
There are currently no meetings scheduled.
Communications Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 15 September at 3.30pm