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19 Aug 2019 | 1 comment

Cytech will be demonstrating key practises in bike maintenance at The Cycle Show 2019 that will be useful for both the trade and public.

16 Aug 2019

New for 2019, the Cycle Show are running a trade facing conference, "Show me the money: How to prosper in challenging times"

14 Aug 2019

With less than three weeks to go until Cycle September, Love to Ride have announced a few things to get you motivated!  

14 Aug 2019

Great news for the creative industries!

14 Aug 2019

The IRC recommend small shops within creative industries to enter the competition and represent the industry with pride!

14 Aug 2019

Represent the outdoor sector and celebrate local outdoor shops around the UK

12 Aug 2019

The ACT has been shortlisted as a finalists for the Cycle Advocacy Award!

12 Aug 2019

The free cycling Marketplace which has been built for the local bike shop community and public alike.

9 Aug 2019

Small businesses are encouraged to think big for Small Business Saturday!

8 Aug 2019 | 2 comments

After 15 years at the helm of Cytech at ATG Training, Julian Thrasher (aka Jules), is moving on to a new role at Madison.

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Creative employment grows three times faster than UK average

Posted on in Business News , Creative News

According to official data, jobs within DCMS sectors (Digital, Culture, Media & Sport) accounted for 16% of all UK jobs, Newstotalling 5.3 million jobs within the UK in 2018. Employment within the DCMS sectors grew at a faster rate from 2011 to 2018 than the UK as a whole; 13.4% versus 10.1%.

When comparing all jobs within the DCMS sector, the creative industries have seen the largest increase since 2011, with tourism coming in second and digital a close third. The creative industries has had a significant percentage increase of 30.6% since 2011 which is three times the growth rate of employment in the UK overall (10.1%). The highest growing sub-sectors within the creative industry includes "IT, software and computer services", "Music, Performing and Visual Arts" and "Film, TV, Video, Radio and Photography".

See the graph below for a full comparison of the creative industries sub-sector employment growth between 2017- 2018. Times are looking optimistic for the creative industries as they continue to power the growth of UK employment rates, let's hope that the industry can continue to grow in this positive manner!

 

 

  Source: Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport, 2019

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