The statement will be launched by Gordon Brown and the culture secretary, Andy Burnham.
The 22 proposals in a draft seen by Campaign include a government-backed "new enterprise capital fund" to help new companies, including agencies, start up, and a five-year plan to make the creative sector more competitive.
The report will encourage companies to employ more people from minorities and recommends a "world creative economy forum" to combine Britain's strength in the creative and financial sectors.
The plans will be welcomed by the Advertising Association, which has held long-running talks with ministers and officials in the hope of winning recognition for the industry's role as a dynamic force and centre of excellence.
But the Tories played down the impact of the plans, claiming some had been floated before.