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COVID-19 hit the creative industries particularly hard. How can they be supported in future?

Creative industries make up 3.1% of the world’s GDP and 6.2% of all employment Image: UNSPLASH/Eddy Klaus

Kayleigh Bateman

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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