The Millennium Report and How to evaluate and communicate the economic impact and marketing value for regions through feature films AFCI Cineposium 09/14/11 Paris
by Joakim Lind, Media analyst and partner at Cloudberry Communications AB on Sep 16, 2011
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Presentation of methods and evaluation models of short- and long-term regional economic effects from film production and film. Examplified by effects from Swedish Millennium films from Stockholm ...
Presentation of methods and evaluation models of short- and long-term regional economic effects from film production and film. Examplified by effects from Swedish Millennium films from Stockholm region. Joakim suggests a model for valuate the impact on perceptions of the region through exposure of the region in the films and what effects can be observed and anticipated from film tourism. Presentation at AFCI Cineposium in Paris September 14, 2011.
Download the shortened version of the Millennium report here: http://bit.ly/millennium_report
Joakim Lind is partner and analyst at Swedish public relations and communications agency Cloudberry Communications. Joakim specialises in analysis and strategies related to place branding. Most recently he has looked at how the Millennium film trilogy has affected tourism in Stockholm and the Mälardalen region. Joakim has a degree in anthropology and has prior to Cloudberry worked within business intelligence and teaching.
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