Burr & Burton Academy

232 views

Published on

The basis for a great conversation about the creative economy with young people at Burr and Burton's Mountain Academy in Peru, Vermont.

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
232
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Burr & Burton Academy

  1. 1. Vermont’s Office of the Creative Economy Supporting Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Green Mountains Burr and Burton Academy March 20, 2014
  2. 2. Learn about you Introduce the Office Share key ideas shaping our work Talk about the future of creativity Goals
  3. 3. What have you learned so far about the ways creativity and entrepreneurship intersect? Intros
  4. 4. What creative products or services do you consume? Intros
  5. 5. How does that influence what you produce? Intros
  6. 6. You, and your aspirations, are part of a significant legacy in Vermont. Point #1
  7. 7. “Between the Tigris of I-91 and the Euphrates of Rt 7” A cradle of innovation
  8. 8. SPORTS AND REC WEB SERVICES BIOSCIENCES MANUFACTURING FOOD PRODUCTS ENERGY AND ENV
  9. 9. The Office of Creative Economy was created to support you. Point #2
  10. 10. “The office of the creative economy is created within the agency of commerce and community development in order to build upon the years of work and energy around creative economy initiatives in Vermont, including the work of the Vermont film commission.” Origins H.287 passed in 2011 legislative session
  11. 11. “The Office shall provide business, networking, and technical support to establish, grow, and attract enterprises involved with the creative economy, primarily focused on but not limited to film, new and emerging media, software development, and innovative commercial goods.” Mission
  12. 12. * Architecture, Publishing, Music Film and new media Software and game development Advertising and new media Manufacturing arts Arts and cultural organizations Focus
  13. 13. CREATIVE CULTURAL Software, web services, games, etc Independent workforce, freelancers Education and training What’s missing...
  14. 14. * Policy advisory, policy development Networking Marketing and promotion Technical assistance Research Key Activities
  15. 15. = +
  16. 16. Industries Occupations For-profit Companies Sole proprietorships Freelancers Independents Non-profit Museums Libraries Education Insts Arts Admin Presenting Orgs Professional Assocs CREATIVE CULTURAL
  17. 17. CREATIVE CULTURAL 2,591 creative businesses Employ 7,854 Vermonters 4.78 percent of businesses Employing 2.16 percent of workforce Starts to look like... Source: National Endowment for the Arts 2012
  18. 18. Do you share the sense that Vermont is a great place to create? For Discussion
  19. 19. How does your experience influence your aspiration - to create, build an enterprise, shape the world - near or far? For Discussion
  20. 20. Keep in touch Three Requests
  21. 21. Keep in touch Influence the Office Three Requests
  22. 22. Keep in touch Influence the Office Create restlessly Three Requests
  23. 23. @VermontOCE facebook.com/vermontoce vermontoce.tumblr.com instagram.com/vermontoce youtube.com/vermontoce Connect
  24. 24. Thank You! Lars Hasselblad Torres 802-917-1788 lars.torres@state.vt.us @VermontOCE

×