Studio Lambert and The Garden bosses Stephen Lambert and Nick Curwin, along with BBC factual chief Alison Kirkham, are among the big names who will appear at Broadcast’s inaugural Indie Summit on 17 March.
The trio are among the 25 confirmed speakers, also including ITV factual commissioner Andrew O’Connell, Drama Republic managing director Roanna Benn and Minnow Films creative director Colin Barr, who will take to the stage for Broadcast’s day-long event to accompany the publication of the annual Broadcast Indie Survey.
The event will revolve around how best to run an indie - with a host of best practice tips to help ensure growth and advice on pitching, finance, rights and securing investment.
The range of indie bosses, commissioners and investors will also discuss the current independent production sector in the UK as well as unpick the results of the Broadcast Indie Survey.
The all-day event will take place at Picturehouse Central in Piccadilly.
Other speakers include:
Executive Producer & Head of Development
Genre Director, Factual Entertainment & Entertainment
Full Fat TV
Head of Growth Fund
Managing Director/Executive Producer
Films of Record
Leading Creative Talent Ltd
Head of Investments
Director, Scripted Content
Commissioning Editor for Entertainment
Creative Director and Founder
Head of Entertainment Development
Tuesday’s Child Television
For more information and to book tickets visit www.TheIndieSummit.co.uk