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Delphi Economic Forum Report: 2021 The International Year of Creative Economy
Delphi Economic Forum is a non-profit, non-partisan organisation working in close co-operation with civil society, public organisations, business and individuals. This report is a summary of the discussions on the creative economy that place in Delphi Economic Forum VI on Wednesday 12 May 2021.
Launching a new report from Nesta’s Arts & Culture Finance, Fundación Compromiso and Upstart Co-Lab shines spotlight on a global creative economy responding to Covid
Creativity, Culture and Capital volume 2 published 13 September at creativityculturecapital.org, in English and Spanish Image: Ranwas School project,...
Impact Assets: Impact Investing in the Creative Economy
Join creative economy advocates, impact investors and entrepreneurs for a timely discussion on Impact Investing in the Creative Economy.
Next Billion: Why Impact Investors Should Recognize the Untapped Potential of the Global Creative Economy
Impact investors have been missing a large swath of the global economy — one driven by women, youth, indigenous peoples and other workers and entrepreneurs who are often overlooked and underestimated: the creative economy.
Gender-Smart Investing: Is Impact Investing Repeating The Mistakes Of Investing? The Solution Is A Creative One.
While visionary women and diverse leaders have been part of the global impact investing conversation over the past 15 years, the key decision-makers at the largest impact funds are white men.
Americans for the Arts: How America’s Arts Organizations Can Invest Their Values
America’s museums, libraries, art schools, performing art centers, and other cultural institutions steward more than $58 billion in financial assets through their endowments. This means investment policies and practices offer a meaningful way for cultural institutions to signal their values of diversity, equity, inclusion and access (DEIA).
Arts Professional: Invest in making an impact
Fran Sanderson says building back better means looking beyond what – and who – we know in funding to demonstrate the irrepressible worth of human creativity.
Geoff Mulgan: Impact investment, arts and culture: a field – at last – comes of age
Impact investing in the creative economy is now, at last, coming of age, mainstreaming the idea that investment tools can be used to support the arts.
Pioneers Post: Global coalition explores ideas for new impact investment fund to back creative enterprises
Nesta, Upstart Co-Lab and Fundación Compromiso are exploring the potential for a new global investment fund dedicated to creative enterprise as they launch project at start of UN International Year of Creative Economy for Sustainable Development.
National Endowment for the Arts podcast – Creativity, Culture Capital
Laura Callanan, founding partner of Upstart Co-Lab and Sheoyki Jones from Invest Atlanta talk to the NEA about investing in the creative economy.