• Jemma Read, Head of Philanthropy, Bloomberg


  • Peter Tullin, Co-Founders,
  • Simon Cronshaw, Co-Founders,

The Digital Museum – Cultural consumption in a digital world

  • Steve Crossan, Head of Google Cultural Institute, Google

Socialisation and always on: our online relationship is in a revolution and where can we communicate through the noise

  • James Randall, Managing Director, Key Clients, Ipsos MORI

Building Big Ideas – exploring the nexus of culture, technology and business. Dreaming up new business models and building new audiences for the arts

  • Peter Barron, Director of External Relations, Google Europe, Middle East and Africa
  • Volker Hirsch, Global Head of Business Development, Games, RIM Blackberry
  • David Sabel, Head of Digital, National Theatre
  • Chair – Jon Kingsbury, Programme Director, Creative Economy, Nesta

Money, Money Money! How do we fund and resource the cultural sector in new ways? How do we build cultural businesses?

  • Alan Davey, Chief Executive, Arts Council England
  • Patrick Bradley, CEO, Ingenious Ventures, Ingenious Media
  • Carlos Espinal, co-Founder, Seedcamp
  • Julia Peyton-Jones, Co-Director, Serpentine Gallery
  • Chair – Farah Nayeri, Arts Correspondent, Bloomberg

The Creative Business. How do we run it?

  • Doug Richard, Founder, School for Startups & formerly of BBC’s Dragons Den
  • Bindi Karia, Vice-President, BizSpark, Microsoft
  • Marcus Davey, Chief Executive & Artistic Director, The Roundhouse
  • Declan Kilcline, EMEA Fixed Income Electronic Trading Programme Manager, Bloomberg
  • Chair – Marianne Abib-Pech, Author of the FT Guide to Leadership

Growing the market – The power of the cultural brand. Strategies for developing new markets and audiences

  • Matthew Slotover, Co-Director, Frieze Art Fair & Co-Publisher, Frieze Magazine
  • Yvonne Chien, Vice-President, Marketing Getty Images
  • Matthew Primack, Vice President of Licensing & Managing Director of Fashion Week Live IMG Worldwide
  • Chair – Mark Beech, Head of Bloomberg Muse, Europe & Asia, Bloomberg

Cultural branding and co-creation: The evolution of sponsorship.

  • Elsa Corbineau, Marketing Director, Moët Hennessy
  • Fabien Riggall, Creative Director and Founder of Future Shorts & Secret Cinema
  • Carl Christopher, Sponsorship Manager & Special Projects Manager, Sony Computer Entertainment, Europe
  • Chair – Paul Bay, Founder, Citizen Bay, Citizen Guild & Citizen Sound

How can technology enable new forms of creation and participation in arts and culture?

  • Matthew Clark, Creative Director, United Visual Artists (UVA)
  • David Jubb, Artistic Director, Battersea Arts Centre
  • Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Co-director of Exhibitions and Programmes, The Serpentine Gallery
  • Chair - Marc Sands, Director, Media and Audiences, Tate

The content revolution: The transformation of content distribution and the implications for the cultural sector

  • Anna Higgs, Chief Commissioning Editor, Film4.0 (Channel 4)
  • Zach Leonard, Managing Director, Digital, Evening Standard & The Independent
  • Rob Greig, Chief Technology Officer, Royal Opera House
  • Rachel Ball, Manager, Content Partnerships, YouTube
  • Chair - James Bromley, Managing Director,, Daily Mail

Digital meets Physical

  • James Davis, Program Manager, Google Art Project, Google
  • William Makower, National Funding Scheme for the Arts
  • Chris Wild, Director,
  • Alfie Dennen, Director, Art Public
  • Chair – Nick Pleydell-Pearce, Associate Experience Director, Huge Inc

The business of culture – growing commercial revenues

  • Jo Prosser, Managing Director, V&A Enterprises
  • Renaud Visage, Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer,
  • Richard Ayers, Head of Digital Business Development, British Film Institute & Digital Adviser, Manchester City Football Club
  • Chair – John Kampfner, Adviser to Google on Freedom of Expression and Culture

Prescribed Anarchy! What can we learn from the Olympics?

  • Ije Nwokorie, Managing Director, Wolff Olins
  • Chris Moody, Creative Director, Wolff Olins