RIBA chief exec lands role on new gov’t ‘creativity board’

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Alan Vallance to represent architects on advisory panel for post-Brexit ‘best of British’ exports push

RIBA chief executive Alan Vallance has landed a role advising the government on ways to help the UK’s architecture sector expand its offer overseas in the post-Brexit world.

Vallance will sit on the new Creative Industries Trade and Investment Board, set up to promote the “best of British” creativity, announced by the Department for Digital, Culture Media and Sport this week.

He is one of 22 members of the board, which will be chaired by Annette King, chief executive of global advertising agency Publicis Groupe UK.

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