Night Time Economy Summit 2022
Uniting night time economy leaders and advisors from around the world
NTIA Announce First Night Time Economy Summit in conjunction with Bristol Nights & Savenightlife.
In this first edition of the NTIA Night Time Economy Summit hosted at Bristol Beaon, the sector will come together to collectively debate, share experiences and importantly give businesses the opportunity to reset and reflect after the pandemic.
Though this crisis the sector has suffered massively with many businesses and livelihoods have been lost. But even in the face of adversity, the industry has emerged with a renewed sense of community, resilience and an ability to adapt and overcome any crisis together.
This two day event will include over 100 speakers with panels and workshops featuring innovators and entrepreneurs from across the sector.
Presented in conjunction with Bristol City Council, Bristol Nights & Savenightlife CIC
“At this point we felt it vitally important that we benchmark this moment with a summit, where our community can come together, some to meet for the first time outside of there virtual realm, an opportunity for operators, regulators, creators, entrepreneurs to come together and share, learn and build a stronger, more resilient industry for the future.”
NTIA CEO Michael Kill
Night Time Economy Advisor Greater Manchester
Best Bar None
Philip Kolvin QC
Music Venue Trust
Night Time Economy Advisor Bristol
NYC Nightlife Advisor
24hr Commissioner NSW
Free the Night
Love Saves the Day
Allison Golden Wright
Professor Fiona Measham
BR / Bath R&D
Covid-19 Safety Measures
We’re committed to keeping you safe throughout your visit.
Please follow these safety measures when visiting Bristol Beacon.
Please do not attend this event if you have Coronavirus symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate.
Wear a face covering at all times. Except when eating and drinking or if you are exempt.
Take a PCR/Lateral flow test
Get a vaccination
Activate your COVID Pass with NHS App
Follow one-way signage
Card payment only, contactless preferred
Respect other people’s personal space