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  • 1. Facts and Stats of the Creative Economy
  • 2. Harvey Seifter, Moderator CEO, Seifter Associates John McInerney Vice President of Marketing & Communications, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Jennifer Cover-Payne President, Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington Cynthia Lambert Executive Director, South Jersey Cultural Alliance
  • 3. John McInerney Vice President of Marketing & Communications Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
  • 4. Philadelphia’s Cultural Sector Driving Economic Development Building Quality of Life Increasing Cultural Engagement
  • 5. John McInerney, Vice President of Marketing & Communications, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance
  • 6. Overview of Presentation Scope of Cultural Sector Pathways to New Opportunities
  • 7. Scope of Cultural Sector $1.3 Billion in Annual Expenditures $158 Million State & City Tax Revenue 19,000 employees 24,000 volunteer positions 15 million total visits 43% free of charge 1.8 million visits by school-aged children All information based on Cultural Alliance Research 2006-2008
  • 8. meals & lodging $250 Million on restaurants $184 Million on lodging All information based on Cultural Alliance Research 2006-2008
  • 9. employment This is equivalent to 10 jobs for every 1,000 residents in the region. In similar regions, arts and culture generates 4 jobs for every 1,000 residents. All information based on Cultural Alliance Research 2006-2008
  • 10. Where Does Funding Come From? Other Corporations 10% 2% Local Government 2% State Government 5% Federal Government 1% Contributed Foundation 14% 50% Earned 16% Individuals All information based on Cultural Alliance Research 2006-2008
  • 11. affordable… …and accessible vibrant valuable vulnerable
  • 12. Accessibility and affordability keep margins thin vibrant valuable vulnerable
  • 13. Key Findings Arts & Culture are vital to residents and visitors Cultural sector is a significant economic engine in the Philadelphia region Cultural organizations run on lean budgets
  • 14. The 5 Studies The Cultural Engagement Index Demographic Trends and Forecasts in the Philadelphia Region Study Culture & the Arts Survey Paid Patronage Study Engage 2020 Focus Groups
  • 15. 1 Philly scores well…
  • 16. 1 Philly scores well…
  • 17. 2 Our bucket is leaking
  • 18. 2 Our bucket is leaking
  • 19. 3 Personal practice is a gateway
  • 20. 4 People of color…engaged & growing
  • 21. 4 People of color…engaged & growing
  • 22. 5 Family matters
  • 23. 5 Family matters
  • 24. 5 Family matters
  • 25. 6 Role models are key
  • 26. 7 Marketing is multi-channel
  • 27. 7 Marketing is multi-channel
  • 28. 8 Product matters
  • 29. 9 Social connection is huge
  • 30. 10 Service is central
  • 31. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well
  • 32. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking
  • 33. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway
  • 34. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway 4) People of color…engaged & growing
  • 35. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway 4) People of color…engaged & growing 5) Family matters
  • 36. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway 4) People of color…engaged & growing 5) Family matters 6) Role models are key
  • 37. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway 4) People of color…engaged & growing 5) Family matters 6) Role models are key 7) Marketing is multi-channel
  • 38. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway 4) People of color…engaged & growing 5) Family matters 6) Role models are key 7) Marketing is multi-channel 8) Product matters
  • 39. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway 4) People of color…engaged & growing 5) Family matters 6) Role models are key 7) Marketing is multi-channel 8) Product matters 9) Social connection is huge
  • 40. 10 key findings 1) Philly scores well 2) Our bucket is leaking 3) Personal practice is a gateway 4) People of color…engaged & growing 5) Family matters 6) Role models are key 7) Marketing is multi-channel 8) Product matters 9) Social connection is huge 10) Service is central
  • 41. 5 next steps 1) Continue to research state of the sector 2) Develop new resources for venture capital 3) Publicize the research 4) Support Innovation 5) Integrate the arts into civic planning and debate
  • 42. Jennifer Cover-Payne President Cultural Alliance of Greater Washington
  • 43. Cynthia Lambert Executive Director South Jersey Cultural Alliance
  • 44. The Role of the Arts and Culture in building Creative Global Economies A view from Southern New Jersey
  • 45. Budget Size February 2009
  • 46. Budget Size September 2009
  • 47. Contributed Income February 2009
  • 48. Contributed Income September 2009
  • 49. Question & Answer
  • 50. Please complete the survey being distributed by the volunteers. Surveys may be returned to the volunteers or at the Registration Desk in Ballroom A.
  • 51. Thank you to our sponsors