From technology to games and movie production, the UK has been strikingly successful in attracting overseas investors and trade partners.
100 days of wins for the UK creative industries between June 24 and October 2, 2016.
The Creative Industries Council International Award recognises individuals leading creative organisations or initiatives that have achieved international creative and commercial success.
The Cross Industry Collaboration Award celebrates individuals bringing creative disciplines together. Read about the 2016 nominees.
The UK Pavilion at the Milan Expo won praise from critics and visitors. See it for yourself. Image ® Crown Copyright.
UK creativity was showcased at the GREAT Festival of Creativity in Shanghai, opened by Prince William.
The Moshi Monsters children's characters are now available across platforms from toys and games to television and the internet.
The north London site is 50% bigger than the Hollywood base of Warner Bros.
London's digital hub has expanded from 200 to 1,300 start-ups in three years: Chinese games firm, Rekoo, is a recent investor in the area.
From a modest start, the UK's National Theatre now broadcasts its shows live to cinema viewers in 25 countries. Find out more.
This page includes links to case studies of UK creative businesses that have been helped by UK Trade & Investment to grow international sales.