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Social and Economic Impact of National Trust for Scotland

DC Research is working with Wavehill Ltd (https://www.wavehill.com/) on a project commissioned by the National Trust for Scotland (NTS) - https://www.nts.org.uk/ - which is evaluating the social and economic impact of NTS.

The work is a desk-based study that has the following overarching aims: • Firstly, mapping the type and range of impacts that the National Trust for Scotland has through its activities, including the conservation of heritage, welcoming and working with visitors, and advocacy.• Secondly, wherever possible, estimate the social and economic impact of these activities.

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Assessing the Impact of Scottish Book Festivals

DC Research is delighted to be working with the Scottish Book Festivals Network on a report about the impact of Scottish Book Festivals. The focus of the study is to showcase what benefits book festivals and literary events contribute in terms of social cultural, educational, and economic impact. The study will take place over the coming months, and will involve surveying the members of the network, developing a range of case studies of individual festivals to highlight examples of impact, and consulting with key stakeholders for Scottish Book Festivals. For further information, please contact Dr Stephen Connolly, Director at DC Research via: stephen@dcresearch.co.uk

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The Gaelic Economy in Glasgow

Glasgow City Council - https://glasgow.gov.uk/ - has commissioned DC Research in partnership with Prof Mike Danson, Dr Douglas Chalmers and Eilidh Danson to carry out a research study about the ‘Gaelic Economy in Glasgow’.

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Measuring the economic impact of Hull Truck’s work

DC Research has been commissioned by Hull Truck Theatre to carry out a study to assess the economic impact of the work of Hull Truck Theatre.

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Association for Cultural Enterprises – Benchmarking Study

The Association for Cultural Enterprises (AfCE) - https://culturalenterprises.org.uk/ - has commissioned DC Research to carry out an Economic Impact & Benchmarking Study. The overall aim of the project is survey AfCE members and collect information that will have two purposes:• Provide an Economic Impact Assessment of the enterprise activities of the membership of AfCE, the results of which can be used for advocacy purposes by AfCE and members. • Develop a set of benchmarking data and establish an ongoing benchmarking process enabling AfCE members to benchmark themselves on a range of indicators against relevant comparators.

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