Cultural
Entrepreneurs:               At
the
Crossroads
of
           People,
Place,
and
Prosperity
Contact:Alice Loy     ...
Rulan
Tangen,
Founder                Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
“We
do
not
exist
solely,
we
     exist
together.”                    Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
4
Cultural
Entrepreneurship   Entrepreneurship
lifts
people
out
of
poverty   Culture
drives
community
cohesion
and
identit...
GCCE’s
Theory
of
Change                          6
GCCE
Core
TenetsTalented entrepreneurs drive wealth creation;Cultural entrepreneurs have unique opportunities and needs;Ma...
GCCE
Core
TenetsTalented entrepreneurs drive wealth creation;                We are entrepreneur focused.Cultural entrepre...
GCCE
Core
Tenets            We are entrepreneur focused.    We are experts in building cultural enterprises.      We build...
EntrepreneurshipThe
pursuit
of
opportunity
without
regard
to
resources
currently
under
control.                           ...
EntrepreneurshipThe
pursuit
of
opportunity
without
regard
to
resources
currently
under
control.          Marketing
       ...
EntrepreneurshipThe
pursuit
of
opportunity
without
regard
to
resources
currently
under
control.          Marketing
       ...
Sectors   Performance
arts   Fine
arts   Film
and
music   Publishing   Architecture   Food
and
agriculture    Kathle...
So,
What’s
Different?                                Value           Cultural
Capital                               Derived...
Sustainable
CommuniFes                  CulturalMeasuring
Returns
with
a
MulFple
BoNom
Line
Approach                      ...
Sustainable
CommuniFesMeasuring
Returns
with
a
MulFple
BoNom
Line
Approach                            Global Center for Cu...
 Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh CEO is Scotland’s specialist business support  and development service for creativ...
“We aim to provide a platform             for majority world         photographers and offer       solutions that will bri...
Singapore 2002 Renaissance City 2.0 Report   “a vibrant and sustainable creative cluster to    propel the growth of Sing...
Aid to Artisans Aid to Artisans has spent 33 years creating economic opportunities for well over 100,000 artisans in more...
16
2010
Research
Report What
social
and
economic
benefits
do
communiFes,
  families,
and
children
derive
from
a
vibrant
cultu...
2010
Research
Report What
role
does
the
cultural
economy
play
in
New
  Mexico’s
economy? What
strategies
will
strengthen...
2010
Research
Report What
strategies
will
strengthen
our
state’s
cultural
 economy?
                                     ...
2010
Research
Report                       Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
2010
Research
Report   The
study
is
the
first
to
establish
links
     among
a
family’s
cultural
security,
  economic
stabil...
Research
       Focus
Area:
Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
Mixed
Methods
Approach   QuanFtaFve
(UNM
Economists)   
               American
Community
Survey,
US
Census
Data   
      ...
Key
FindingsChildren
living
with
a
Cultural
Entrepreneur
are
LESS
 likely
to
    live
in
poverty,
    live
with
a
singl...
Key
FindingsChildren
are
MORE
likely
to
  be
enrolled
in
preschool
and
high
school,  live
with
an
extended
family
membe...
“Cultural
entrepreneurial
acFvity
appears
to
be
     more
closely
associated
with
posiFve
 outcomes
for
children
than
entr...
Insights “Cultural
entrepreneurship
    allows
a
community
to
  take
its
unique
voice
to
the
             world.”“Cultural...
“Cultural
entrepreneurs
     are
func/onal
navigators
       ‐‐skillful
alchemists‐‐      combining
aspects
and
processes
...
Important
Findings Cultural
enterprises…
   Foster
community
cohesion
and
engagement;   Build
self‐defining
communiFes
a...
Strategic
Approaches
to
Strengthening
   Cultural
Economies    Invest
in
Cultural
Entrepreneurs           Increase
acces...
Strategic
Approaches                                   Ceci
Tadfor
Chef
and
Owner,
SpanAfric
Foods                        ...
Strategic
Approaches Create
Clusters
of
Cultural
Enterprises     “The challenge for an economy is to move from          i...
Strategic
Approaches Spur
Policy
Leadership   CraE
long‐range
strategic
plan
for
region
to
strengthen
    cultural
enter...
Jonathan
SimsNo
ReservaFons
ProducFons                    Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
“If
we
haven’t
placed
language
and
culture
at
the
centerpiece
of
our
economic
development
   strategies
we
are
contributin...
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  • Cultural Economies: Emerging Across the Globe

    1. 1. Cultural
Entrepreneurs: At
the
Crossroads
of
 People,
Place,
and
Prosperity
Contact:Alice Loy 
GCCE Co-Founder505.263.5180info@culturalentrepreneur.org
    2. 2. Rulan
Tangen,
Founder Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    3. 3. “We
do
not
exist
solely,
we
 exist
together.” Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    4. 4. 4
    5. 5. Cultural
Entrepreneurship  Entrepreneurship
lifts
people
out
of
poverty  Culture
drives
community
cohesion
and
identity  Cultural
entrepreneurship
is
a
method
for
 simultaneously
lifting
people
out
of
poverty
AND
 building
stronger
communities 5
    6. 6. GCCE’s
Theory
of
Change 6
    7. 7. GCCE
Core
TenetsTalented entrepreneurs drive wealth creation;Cultural entrepreneurs have unique opportunities and needs;Markets drive profit opportunities;Enterprise networks increase innovation and speed to market. 7
    8. 8. GCCE
Core
TenetsTalented entrepreneurs drive wealth creation; We are entrepreneur focused.Cultural entrepreneurs have unique opportunities and needs; We are experts in building cultural enterprises.Markets drive profit opportunities; We build toward growing cultural markets.Enterprise networks increase innovation and speed to market. We build clusters of cultural enterprises. 7
    9. 9. GCCE
Core
Tenets We are entrepreneur focused. We are experts in building cultural enterprises. We build toward growing cultural markets. We build clusters of cultural enterprises. 7
    10. 10. EntrepreneurshipThe
pursuit
of
opportunity
without
regard
to
resources
currently
under
control. Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    11. 11. EntrepreneurshipThe
pursuit
of
opportunity
without
regard
to
resources
currently
under
control. Marketing
 Profitable
 Outcomes Team Finance Operations Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    12. 12. EntrepreneurshipThe
pursuit
of
opportunity
without
regard
to
resources
currently
under
control. Marketing
 Profitable
 Risk Outcomes Team Finance Operations Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    13. 13. Sectors Performance
arts Fine
arts Film
and
music Publishing Architecture Food
and
agriculture Kathleen Fontaine CraEs EducaFon Tourism
and
RecreaFon Media/journalism Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2009
    14. 14. So,
What’s
Different? Value Cultural
Capital Derived Risks Risks Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2009
    15. 15. Sustainable
CommuniFes CulturalMeasuring
Returns
with
a
MulFple
BoNom
Line
Approach Environ‐ Social mental Economic Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    16. 16. Sustainable
CommuniFesMeasuring
Returns
with
a
MulFple
BoNom
Line
Approach Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    17. 17.  Glasgow, Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh CEO is Scotland’s specialist business support and development service for creative businesses and practitioners Starter for 6 Program Advisers 12
    18. 18. “We aim to provide a platform for majority world photographers and offer solutions that will bring them closer to global markets.”Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    19. 19. Singapore 2002 Renaissance City 2.0 Report  “a vibrant and sustainable creative cluster to propel the growth of Singapore’s Creative Economy”  arts and culture contribute 6% GDP by 2012  establish Singapore as a New Asia Creative Hub  performances have tripled 1997-2007 14
    20. 20. Aid to Artisans Aid to Artisans has spent 33 years creating economic opportunities for well over 100,000 artisans in more than 110 countries where their livelihoods, communities and craft traditions are at risk. 15
    21. 21. 16
    22. 22. 2010
Research
Report What
social
and
economic
benefits
do
communiFes,
 families,
and
children
derive
from
a
vibrant
cultural
 enterprise
sector? What
role
does
the
cultural
economy
play
in
New
 Mexico’s
economy? What
strategies
will
strengthen
our
state’s
cultural
 economy?
 Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    23. 23. 2010
Research
Report What
role
does
the
cultural
economy
play
in
New
 Mexico’s
economy? What
strategies
will
strengthen
our
state’s
cultural
 economy?
 Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    24. 24. 2010
Research
Report What
strategies
will
strengthen
our
state’s
cultural
 economy?
 Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    25. 25. 2010
Research
Report Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    26. 26. 2010
Research
Report The
study
is
the
first
to
establish
links
 among
a
family’s
cultural
security,
 economic
stability,
and
social
well‐being.
 Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    27. 27. Research
 Focus
Area:
Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    28. 28. Mixed
Methods
Approach QuanFtaFve
(UNM
Economists) 
 American
Community
Survey,
US
Census
Data 
 NAICS
Codes
(North
American
Industry
ClassificaFon
System) QualitaFve
(UNM
Anthropologists) 
 1000
hours
in
communiFes 
 100+
interviews 
 Community
forums 
 Snowball
SamplingGlobal Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010 Photo by Roy Kady
    29. 29. Key
FindingsChildren
living
with
a
Cultural
Entrepreneur
are
LESS
 likely
to
  live
in
poverty,
  live
with
a
single
parent,
  be
disabled,
  receive
food
stamps.
 Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    30. 30. Key
FindingsChildren
are
MORE
likely
to
 be
enrolled
in
preschool
and
high
school, live
with
an
extended
family
member,
 speak
their
tradiFonal
language. 21
    31. 31. “Cultural
entrepreneurial
acFvity
appears
to
be
 more
closely
associated
with
posiFve
 outcomes
for
children
than
entrepreneurship
 alone.”
 22
    32. 32. Insights “Cultural
entrepreneurship
 allows
a
community
to
 take
its
unique
voice
to
the
 world.”“Cultural
enterprises
create
 a
venue
for
an
exchange
of
 spirit.” 
“Cultural
entrepreneurship
is
 self‐determinaFon.” Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    33. 33. “Cultural
entrepreneurs
 are
func/onal
navigators
 ‐‐skillful
alchemists‐‐ combining
aspects
and
processes
from
mul/ple
systems
to
 create
 cultural
balance
and
 improved
livelihoods
for
their
families
and
communi/es.” Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    34. 34. Important
Findings Cultural
enterprises…
  Foster
community
cohesion
and
engagement;  Build
self‐defining
communiFes
and
families;  Weave
mulFple
cultural
systems
with
economic
gain;  Create
meaningful
jobs
for
people;  Support
diverse
family
structures
and
lifestyles. Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    35. 35. Strategic
Approaches
to
Strengthening
 Cultural
Economies  Invest
in
Cultural
Entrepreneurs  Increase
access
to
exisFng
capital  Provide
cultural
enterprise
investment
funds  Build
markets
for
cultural
products
and
services  Create
cultural
design
centers
and
conFnuing
educaFon
 programs  Build
mentorship
programsGlobal Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    36. 36. Strategic
Approaches Ceci
Tadfor
Chef
and
Owner,
SpanAfric
Foods Photo
by
Denise
Avila Serve
Under‐represented
Groups  Tell
the
success
stories
  Build
mentorship
programs
  Create
women‐focused
cultural
 entrepreneurship
iniFaFves  Focus
on
community
based
strategies  Focus
on
new
“ethnic”
markets Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2009
    37. 37. Strategic
Approaches Create
Clusters
of
Cultural
Enterprises “The challenge for an economy is to move from isolated firms to an array of clusters.” Requires a collaborative process in which… 1. network facilitation 2. coordination of policy initiatives 3. strategic financial investment 4. higher education resources 5. market-based competitiveness…interact to create dynamic economic clusters. 28
    38. 38. Strategic
Approaches Spur
Policy
Leadership  CraE
long‐range
strategic
plan
for
region
to
strengthen
 cultural
enterprises
and
economy;  Host
Cultural
Economy
Policy
conferences;  Build
global
consorFum
of
cultural
enterprise
resource
 organizaFons;  Coordinate
efforts
among
Cabinet
leaders
regarding
 cultural
enterprise
policy.
    39. 39. Jonathan
SimsNo
ReservaFons
ProducFons Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2010
    40. 40. “If
we
haven’t
placed
language
and
culture
at
the
centerpiece
of
our
economic
development
 strategies
we
are
contributing
to
our
own
 demise.

Cultural
entrepreneurship
is
a
 strategy
that
can
help
us
find
a
middle
 ground.”



Regis
Pecos Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship, 2009

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