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07.17.2013

Financing and economic models: Surveys

HAVE THE CULTURAL AND CREATIVE SECTORS FOUND THE FORMULA FOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE DIGITAL AGE?

Creators and cultural locations have to rely on digital technology, not vice versa. After sketching the changing profile of an e-consumer in 2014, this new study modifies the image of a new generation of cultural and creative entrepreneurs by first discussing the challenges of value-sharing from a new angle.

With Kurt Salmon (2015) 

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HOW THE CULTURE SECTOR CAN BEST RESPOND TO THE CHALLENGES OF THE DIGITAL AGE?

With Kurt Salmon (2014) 

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CREATORS, PRODUCERS, DISTRIBUTORS, CONSUMERS, PUBLIC AUTHORITIES... WHO REALLY HAS OVERALL CONTROL?

With Kurt Salmon (2013)

Based on a double survey led at the international scale (on the “consumption”, interests and perspectives of cultural “consumption” of 5,000 consumers in four countries– France, Germany, USA, China …) and at the individual level (30 to 50 interviews of main ICC stakeholders of the value chain), the study tackles the relations between the following ‘powers’, the consumers of cultural products and their firms, the creators and brands, the CCI and ICT, in order to control the value chain. At last, the study suggests some proposals that could be drawn to make the ecosystem more virtuous. 

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THE AGE OF CURATION : FROM ABUNDANCE TO DISCOVERY

With Bain & Co (2013)

Based on a survey of 6,000 consumers in France, the UK, the US, Germany, Russia, Brazil, China and India created for the Forum d’Avignon, Bain continues its analysis of cultural trends and behaviors. This year, a particular focus was placed on curation, which is becoming a key issue in the balance of powers between distributors and publishers.

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Culture, imagination and passing on : creatorsof value(s)

With Bain & Co (2012)

The study asks whether or not these innovationsare honoring their promises. How are these divisionsand changes seen by consumers? Are thedigital models the driving creators of values wehoped for –in terms of value in use, and economic,legacy and cultural value?

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What tempo for cultural content

With Ernst & Young ( 2012)

An international analysis of the rhythm of productlaunches in different sectors (media and culture)in recent decades, reinforced by an evaluation of the impact of the internet and digital and mobile technologies.

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Tax system in favor of culture: internationalbenchmark of tax system policies

With Ernst & Young (2009 and updates in 2010 and 2011)

What are the incentive measures in favor ofculture? What are the countries that develop anattractive tax system policy? In which sectors?Overview in 18 countries of the G20

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2010 updated study
2011 updated study

 

 

 

 

Publishing in the digital era

With Bain & Co (2010)

More than 20 % of book sales could be digitalby 2015, capturing up to 25% of the overall valuepool. Which is the impact of the various marketplayers? What do consumers really wish? Overviewin 6 countries on 3,000 individuals.

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Monetizing digital media and culture: creatingvalue that consumers will buy

With Ernst & Young (2010)

What are the existing mechanisms to monetizecultural contents on the Internet? What are theconstraints? Which are the perspectives? Overviewin 12 countries

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