The Department’s accounting system does not separately record information on expenditure on ministerial hospitality and this could be obtained only at disproportionate cost.
All expenditure on hospitality is made in accordance with published departmental guidance, based on the principles set out in Managing Public Money.
The following people attended the launch event for the Creativity and Business International Network on 20 November 2008.
Andy Burnham, Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport
Barbara Follett, Minister for Culture and Creative Industries and Tourism
Jon Zeff, Director, Media, Department for Culture, Media and Sport
Martha Kearney, Journalist (acting as moderator)
Andy Duncan, Chief Executive, Channel 4
Boko Inyundo, Global Sector Manager Linklaters LLE
Chris Clarke, CEO, Nitro Group
Ian Findlay, Director, Ariadne Capital
Jatin Das, Artist
Jocelyn Stevenson, Creative Director, TT Animation
John Smith, Chief Executive, BBC Worldwide
Julia Barfield, Founder Director, Marks Barfield Architects
Laurence Green, Founding Partner and Chairman, Fallon London
Lorna Tilbian, Executive Director, Numis Corporation plc.
Lucian Grainge, Chairman and Chief Executive, Universal Music Group International
Mark Thompson, Director-General, BBC
Martin Lambie-Naim, Founder ML-N Brand Consultancy
Nicholas Coleridge, Managing Director Condé Nast Publications UK, and Vice-President Condé Nast International
Patrick McKenna, Chief Executive, Ingenious Media
Paul Bennett, Managing Partner, Europe and Chief Creative Officer IDEO
Peter Molyneux, Founder and CEO, Lionhead Studios
Phil Redmond, Chair of National Museums Liverpool
Spencer Hyman, Chief Operating Officer, Last.fm
Tony Orsten, Chief Executive Officer, twofour54