The arts and media sector is one of the most diverse, dynamic and important in the UK economy. It’s also one of the toughest and most unpredictable.
As a key part of both the economy and wider cultural life, entertainment and media companies have long attracted investment both within the country and internationally. Our art institutions have a global reputation together with the artists, musicians and performers who are the sector’s lifeblood. But in the creative industries, nothing stays still.
From COVID to Brexit, the sector has to navigate the challenges and opportunities of emerging cultural forces and technologies – all while maintaining financial stability, safeguarding brands and their intellectual property and finding ways to adapt and grow in a new reality
To support our clients, we have to live and breathe their world, by embedding ourselves in the issues the sector faces, through experiences, research and debates across art, film, television and live performance, literature, music and digital media. We attend many of the major international art fairs, events and exhibitions, and host a range of industry events. As many of these move on-line and examine how they operate in the future we are following the debate through our many clients and contacts. It is only when we are connected, informed and involved that we can advise our clients and think creatively to help them achieve their business aims.
We represent major UK art galleries, artists, actors, musicians, theatres, producers and production companies, providing strategic advice on business structuring and tax planning, together with day to day support with accounting, VAT and tax compliance.
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