Matmi founder Jeff Coghlan joins Creative England board

By Ishbel Macleod | PR and social media consultant

November 21, 2012 | 1 min read

Jeff Coghlan, founder of digital agency Matmi, has been appointed to the Creative England board.

Creative England’s chief executive, Caroline Norbury, said: “Jeff joins us at a particularly exciting time. The worlds of film, television and digital media are converging at an ever greater pace, opening up hitherto unforeseen opportunities for innovative digital companies to grow.

“It is fantastic for us to have someone with Jeff’s experience on the board so that we can shape our support to offer these SMEs the help they need to realise their creative ambitions.”

Finance director services expert Erica Ingham also joins as a new board member.

The move comes as Creative England, the development agency for film, television and digital media industries, completes its first year of operations; having invested over £500,000 in new and emerging talent.

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