London entrepreneurs want to rescue Creative Industries.


SIP Management

A team of entrepreneurs from South London are now providing free assistance to creatives businesses and artists to help them overcome the impact of Covid.

(ProNewsReport Editorial):- London, United Kingdom Jan 27, 2021 ( – A team of entrepreneurs from South London is now providing free assistance to creatives businesses and artists to help them overcome the impact of Covid.

SIP Management is an early-stage technology startup that helps creatives and businesses become more successful by better protecting and managing their most valuable assets, their creativity.

The creative industries have been very affected by the current pandemic and so the work of many artists, freelancers, and businesses within these industries. The latest figure reveals that the UK’s creative industries are on the brink of devastation. The UK’s creative sector was previously growing at five times the rate of the wider economy, employing over 2 million people and contributing £111.7 billion to the economy – more than the automotive, aerospace, life sciences, and oil and gas industries combined.

With a projected GVA shortfall of £29 billion in 2020 and thousands of job losses forcing many businesses into administration, the team at SIP Management wants to help small creative businesses stay alive by focusing on their intangibles.

 2021, the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development

In 2019 at the 74th session of the UN General Assembly, 2021 was declared the International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development. Indonesia was the main sponsor of the proposal, which was presented by a global grouping of countries, including Australia, China, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, the Philippines, and Thailand. Little did the world know of the impact the year 2020 and the Covid19 pandemic would have had on these industries.


Creative businesses are the heart of the cultural community’s activities throughout the world and London, held as a global cultural epicenter, is home to many creatives hubs and artists. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought these communities and hubs apart as businesses and people were forced into lockdown and social distancing

It’s now all about the digital economy and digital world which is proven very challenging for many.

The SIP Management team has been working with different creatives initially in Africa but also now in the UK and helping raise awareness on the importance of intellectual property protection and management for their long term success.

Every business owns or uses some form of intellectual property (IP) such as copyrights, trademarks, or patents, and in a world of social distancing, remote working, and digitalization, protecting and managing IP have become a priority.

Copyright (or author’s right) is extremely important to artists and creative businesses as it’s a legal term used to describe the rights that creators have over their literary and artistic works. These range from books, music, paintings, sculpture, and films, to computer programs, databases, advertisements, maps, and technical drawings.

Many artists and creative businesses are failing to fully leverage their IP value to develop business resilience, build value and attract investment, which is currently needed in the sector.

With this purpose in mind, SIP Management is now providing free consulting and technical support to artists and businesses to help them protect, manage and leverage their IP.

Their team is offering free consultation around copyright, trademark, and design topics through their website and free copyright registry throughout this period of national lockdown.

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Solomon IP Management ltd
SIP Management is a community led platform for Intellectual Property (IP), that enables individuals and teams to easily protect, manage and monetise their creative work.
[email protected]
shelton street


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