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Silk Factory joins BASE, DEGI

November 16, 2023

Silk Factory has become the newest hybrid member of the British Association for Screen Entertainment (BASE) & DEGI: The Digital Entertainment Group International, with immediate effect.

They join over 80 BASE and DEGI community members and partners in an prosperous time of collaboration, conversation, and rapid growth and change within the home entertainment industry.

Silk Factory is a creative content agency with offices in London and New York, delivering AV and digital creative for all platforms across entertainment campaigns. Their recent work includes inventive campaigns for Warner Bros Discovery Home Entertainment’s Barbie, Succession, and their festive holiday campaign, as well as compelling creative for The Walt Disney Company’s Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny and Black Panther: Wakanda Forever.

Andy Snook & John Piedot, Co-Founders of Silk Factory said: “We are ecstatic to become part of BASE & DEGI. Silk Factory has consistently pushed the boundaries of creativity, innovation and collaboration, as shown in our recent ‘Agency of the Year’ win. By officially joining forces with BASE, we look forward to contributing to the conversation and exploring the exciting growth and change within the industry.”

BASE and DEGI are crucial links between local and global content creators, distributors, digital service providers, and audiences. We focus on understanding audience trends and industry growth whilst shaping how the industry addresses vital issues.

Liz Bales, Chief Executive at BASE, added: “Silk Factory holds a significant position in the broader entertainment landscape, and we are thrilled to have them join our expanding network of nearly eighty members and partners. Renowned for its creative expertise and groundbreaking campaigns, Silk Factory epitomises the experience of excellence we value. With their work featured across so many aspects of the industry, they are perfectly placed to help expand our organisation’s remit to being a central hub for all things home entertainment.”

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