Lucy Minyo from BOP’s China office reflects on the development of a new approach to nurturing cultural heritage
24 March 2014
11 March 2014
Major cities from around the world will head to Amsterdam later this year to participate in the third World Cities Culture Forum conference, with the aim of strengthening links and developing strategies to support and maximise the potential of culture at the heart of city life. The Amsterdam College of Mayor and Alderpersons approved plans to hold the annual World Cities Culture Summit in the capital.
10 March 2014
Gregg Hutchings, BOP Consultant, reports on the Local Government Association’s Culture, Tourism and Sport Annual Conference (3-4 March 2014 in Portsmouth)
03 March 2014
He’s a cat. He lives in a cinema. He watches all the movies for free, without downloading.
28 February 2014
Conor Roche, from BOP’s team in China, reflects on the rise of the first global Chinese internet brand and its flagship platform, WeChat.
27 February 2014
The Comcast/ Time Warner Cable debate in the States makes us wonder how fair a deal citizens and businesses are getting on broadband over here…
12 February 2014
BOP’s CinemaCat has been out and about these last few weeks…
07 February 2014
This week at the British Library, the Warwick Commission hosted the first public ‘provocation’ event in its Future of Cultural Value project.
29 January 2014
BOP Director Paul Owens reflects on developments in the creative and cultural enterprise sector in China, following a recent trip to speak at the Forum on International Cultural Industry.
24 January 2014
Yesterday Creative Scotland published the results of an independent study of the state of the Scottish film sector, which was carried out by BOP.