International Trade Matters Ltd is pleased to announce sponsorship of this year’s Exeter Street Arts Festival

UPDATE: Despite the event being cancelled due to concerns for public safety, we are delighted to be providing a FREE Webinar on Exporting Creative Arts (22nd Sept), covering the current rules and looking at how a post-Brexit world will affect how we operate.

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The festival brings together a diverse range of music, dance, and creative arts to the city’s streets for the August Bank Holiday Weekend.

International Trade Matters Ltd has arranged to support THE WHITE COMPANY stage, featuring performances from Lily, Izzy Warren, Jackie Juno, Ophelia Lark, Holly Ebony, Jon Fazal, Damson and Jewel in the Jackdaw, with much more to be announced as part of a city-wide celebration.

The festival’s website describes the event:

Curated by a small and passionate team with over 20 years of experience in the art, music and the festival circuits.

Our aim is to bring Exeter’s streets to life on the August Bank Holiday weekend with a free celebration across the city centre throughout the day, and a flamboyant after-party as the night falls.

https://exeterstreetartsfestival.co.uk/

Now in its 5th year, the festival – like many similar events in 2020 – was put in some uncertainty, but has worked with the authorities, artists and funding sources to be able to deliver a much needed outlet on the final public holiday weekend of the summer.

International Trade Matters Ltd provides training, mentorship and advice to all types of businesses and individuals involved in overseas trade, from aerospace manufacturing and high street brands, to sustainability service providers and the creative arts.

Linda Middleton-Jones, Managing Director of International Trade Matters, said:

“We are proud to be sponsoring this year’s event and especially coming out of Coronavirus lockdown.”

“The creative arts is a global market place and we’re supporting local artists and creative businesses looking at potential export opportunities.”

Find out more about how to get involved with Exeter Street Arts Festival and the amazing artists’ collectives behind the event: