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Brexit impact on creative industries and tourism examined in Belfast

28 February 2017

The Culture, Media and Sport Committee’s third evidence session of its inquiry into the Impact of Brexit on the creative industries, tourism and the digital single market is held in Belfast.

Witnesses

Tuesday 28 February 2017, Queen's University, Belfast

At 10.30am

  • Richard Williams, CEO, NI Screen
  • Brian Dolaghan, Director of Technology and Services, Invest NI
  • Claire Patterson, Business, Research and Development Manager, Belfast City Council
  • Clare Mullen, Tourism, Culture and Arts Manager, Belfast City Council

At 11.30am (approx)

  • Shane Clarke, Director of Corporate Services and Policy, Tourism Ireland
  • Susie Brown, Director of Corporate Development, Tourism NI
  • Ciaran O’Neill, President, Northern Ireland Hotels Federation

Session focus

The session is an opportunity to hear the views of prominent figures from the creative industries and tourism sector in Northern Ireland. The evidence session is preceded by some informal discussions with representatives from these industries during a visit to Belfast. 

Follow the progress of the inquiry

There is expected to be six to seven evidence sessions in this inquiry. Follow the progress of the impact of Brexit on the creative industries, tourism and the single market inquiry.

Further information

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