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Realscreen 2023: UK Indies Delegation

Pact has once again teamed up with the Department for International Trade (DIT) to offer UK indies the chance to be part of the official UK delegation at Realscreen Summit 2023, the 25th edition of the annual event which will take place in Austin, Texas in January.

Realscreen Summit is the definitive global market and conference for the business of unscripted and non-fiction entertainment that offers a diverse range of world-class curated content including high-level keynotes, unique networking opportunities, programming briefs from top buyers, pitch competitions, an Awards ceremony and much more.

The Summit brings together leading industry players including TV programming, acquisitions and development executives, producers, distributors, agents and buyers. Attending Realscreen Summit is an excellent opportunity to establish new connections and nurture existing ones.

  • UK Indies discount and benefits

UK indies receive a substantial discount when registering for the Summit using the discount code RSS23PACT.

Once you have registered for your delegate badge, please email Aimee@pact.co.uk who will sign you up to the Pact-led UK Indies delegation to ensure you receive the following FREE package of benefits:

– Access to a designated UK Indies room at the event, where you can hold meetings

– An invitation to the UK networking welcome reception

– Access to pre-market resources

– Your company branding displayed in the UK Indies room

– Additional support at the event itself

The deadline to register for the UK Indies delegation is 5:00pm on Wednesday 30th November.

Limited number of UK Tradeshow Programme Grants available

As part of the UK Tradeshow Programme, 10 x £500 grants are available for up to 10 eligible companies attending Realscreen 2023, offered on a first come, first served basis.

Find out more about the eligibility criteria and how to apply here.

The deadline for applications is Thursday 17th November.

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