Windsor Debates

As the Chamber’s flagship event, Windsor Debates formulates clear and decisive messages that help shape and frame TVCC’s strategic policy direction and wider programme of activity. New insights emerging from these events are fed into our Business Manifesto, which outlines the opportunities and challenges the Chamber wants to champion in the year ahead.

After two successful virtual Windsor Debates, TVCC are delighted to be returning to meet face to face in the historic surroundings of The Vicars’ Hall, St George’s House, Windsor Castle. The 2022 Windsor Debates are scheduled for Friday 18th March and Friday 23rd September.

Film, Television and Audio Visual: Thames Valley – the UK’s Creative Heart

Friday 18th March 2022

In March 2022, we will return to meeting face to face in the historic surroundings of The Vicars’ Hall, St George’s House, Windsor Castle.

We will be taking the opportunity to celebrate the region’s incredible global strength across the sector and consider the opportunities for and ambitions of the region to remain the beating heart of a truly great industry.

During the Debates, at which Chatham House Rule applies, topical subjects provide opportunity for thought-provoking, lively, and insightful discussion. At this prestigious event, we will bring together some of the region’s great thought leaders, industry practitioners, talent developers and skills trainers, producers and investors to take an informed look and perspective on the practical issues and challenges we are facing to deliver sustained success.

With the best creative talent from fashion to film, the UK is home to some of the world’s leading creative talent, exporting £37.9 billion in 2019. With global demand increasing, our creative industries are one of the UK’s export success stories.

The industry is evidentially crucial to the ability of UK plc to drive investment and trade. With the UK Government’s “Made in Britain, Sold to the World” campaign launched, it is the topics we’re going to be discussing that will contribute heavily to our ability to deliver success and for our region, sustain the Thames Valley as one of the world’s premier locations for attracting inward investment, and making films and media content.