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NTIA Concerned As New Figures from CGA Show 1 in 5 Nightclubs Lost in the last 3 years
Recent figures released by NTIA through CGA have shown the huge impact on nightclubs across the UK over the last 3 years, with only 1130 nightclubs left across the UK, which is down substantially since the pandemic and subject to further change in the current economic climate.
NTIA Comment on the Night Tube Returning to Pre Pandemic Service Levels
Transport for London (TfL) has announced that, from this weekend, all Night Tube services will be fully restored after they were suspended in March 2020 due to the pandemic, which will be a boost to London’s night-time economy.
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UK Music Launches Survey To Track Diversity of Music Industry
The UK Music Workforce Diversity Survey tracks progress to boost diversity and inclusion in the UK’s music industry.
NTIA Comments on Priti Patel's Plans to Ban Drug Users from Nightclubs
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Are Businesses Paying More or Less for Artists and DJs Post Pandemic?
In a recent poll, we asked you that very question: “Are you paying more or less for artists and DJs post pandemic?”. Well the results are in...
NTIA Survey Shows Devastating Impact of Cost Inflation on Night Time Economy Businesses
Following extensive research carried out by the NTIA into over 200 businesses within the Night Time Economy, 53.2% of respondents are seeing a 30% increase in operating costs compared to pre pandemic levels.
NTIA & UKDSA Three quarters of nightlife businesses say door staff shortage impacting public safety
Learn more below about the shocking statistics found by the NTIA and UKDSA
NTIA Supports the "Music Unites Us" Campaign for Ukraine
Please donate the cost of a Drink, a Night Out or. Gig Ticket in Support of the Humanitarian Effort in Ukraine.
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WHAT OUR MEMBERS HAVE TO SAY
Our Members are Bar and Night Club Operators, Restaurant and Live Music owners, Operators, Street Food Festival companies, Record Labels, Artist Management Companies, Music Promotion Companies, Property Companies, Friends and Associates from the worlds of Music and Business.
The NTIA have been a shining example of an organisation who not only understands the industry, but who fights for the support and recognition that the fifth biggest in the UK deservesSacha LordNTE Advisor Greater Manchester
I cannot speak highly enough about Michael and his team at NTIA. You just don't understand how important these bodies are until you really need them. The night time economy, because of its infrastructure, was specifically one of the hardest hit business sectors by the pandemic. We were the first to be closed and knew we would be the last to reopen. This meant we needed specific representation and support, rather than just being labelled under 'hospitality’Ty TemelCEO of Halo Group & Sandfest
The NTIA have been at the forefront of providing practical information and liaising with government to highlight the specific issues that have plagued the worst affected family in the hospitality sector, the late night group. Mike’s reasoned and well versed views have been seen and heard on every media channel throughout the pandemic and has won respect from many the many stakeholders involved including the govt departments of BEIS and DCMS.Peter MarksCEO of Rekom UK
Throughout this pandemic we have faced some huge challenges, and without the NTIA community we would have faced many of these challenges alone. The solidarity and support received from the NTIA has been unprecedented and has taken into consideration the impact of people within our sectorHans HessCEO of Egg London
The NTIA have brought a sense of unity for an industry left behind by government coronavirus restrictions. They always have time for personal correspondence with members, and tirelessly fight for the sector across all corners of the UK, to multiple devolved governments. It’s no understatement to say that the industry would be in a lot worst position without the NTIA team fighting our corner!Carly HeathBristol NTE Advisor
The NTIA continues to be a guiding light for the club sector through a very dark time for the hospitality, events and music world. They have gone above and beyond at all times to ensure we have been heard, noticed and not forgotten about by the GovernmentLaila MckenzieLady of the House