BEST OF BRITISH
BRITWEEK INNOVATION AWARDS
BritWeek is delighted to announce their annual BritWeek Innovation Awards in partnership with the GREAT campaign. The awards ceremony will take place on Friday, May 4, from 6:00pm-11:00pm, at the Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows in Santa Monica. At the centerpiece of BritWeek, the Innovation Awards celebrates the very best of British and American creativity and entrepreneurial talent.
The evening will showcase the best of Britain, opening with a cocktail reception, featuring British food and drink vendors as well as a technology showcase. Following this reception, the awards will feature tribute videos and globally recognizable leaders in the creative industries. Previous award winners include Sir Lucian Grainge, Will.i.am, and Simon Cowell. On this special evening, the recipients of the Innovation Award will tell the story of innovation and excellence to illustrate what happens when the best and brightest from both sides of the Atlantic unite. Clements and Church are thrilled to be part of this years celebration.
BritWeek is a long-established non-profit whose aim is to promote the innovation, cultural, and business links between California and the UK. BritWeek celebrates the relationship between the US and the UK and how the creative talent from these two great countries comes together in the unique setting of Hollywood. This is more than just celebrating brilliant Brits or amazing Americans, it’s about what happens when they come together. Founded 11 years ago by entertainment mogul, and proud Brit, Nigel Lythgoe OBE – BritWeek celebrates this relationship every year with a series of high-profile events promoting British creativity, innovation and excellence across multiple categories including: film and television, music, art, fashion, design, retail, sport, philanthropy, business, and more.
BritWeek's philanthropic contributions have included fundraising for numerous charities, including Malaria No More, Save the Children, LA’s BEST, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Big Brothers – Big Sisters, and programs promoting children’s sports, children's literacy and international professional internships. The BritWeek Board has chosen Cinemagic as their philanthropic partner this year. Cinemagic, a Northern Irish organization, utilizes the magic of all of forms of moving image and music to educate, motivate, and inspire passion within young people around the personal and world issues that are most important to them.
To learn more about BritWeek, please visit https://britweek.org/.