#TVDINNERCLUB 6TH NOVEMBER WITH KUDOS CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO) DANIEL ISSACS
It’s back the #TVCDinnerClub supported by Creative Skillset is back! Meeting in fantastic locations across the city, dining with Industry Special Guests, whilst networking with other TV Collective members.
This month our special guest is Daniel Isaacs is Chief Operating Officer for Kudos Film & Television.
Daniel oversees the commercial, legal, financial, production and operational divisions of Kudos, its drama label Lovely Day, sister comedy company Brown Eyed Boy and Feature Film division
Brilliant, brilliant opportunity to speak to Daniel, maybe you have some great ideas you wan to share, you fancy finding out what opportunities are currently available at Kudos. Or what to find out from the very best how to best to pitch and commercially package and sell your ideas/content and become more commercially viable and commercially successful – Definitely an opportunity not to be missed!
Kudos is the UK’s most successful producer of quality scripted television and film, consistently delivering hit returning series to broadcasters both in the UK and internationally. It built its reputation by repeatedly working with the best established and new talent around the world to create ground-breaking and innovative programming.
Join us on 6th November at the ever popular Busaba Eatha in Convent Garden for a 2- course meal
- titillate you senses with a selection of freshly, prepared salads, stir fries and curries and asisn-inspired jucies and smoothies.
Price: £10.00 – The TV Collective members
£25.00 non members – Non TV Collective members
To book email me at Catherine@thetvcollective.org
Book early to avoid disappointment. Don’t hesitate….. spaces are limited
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