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Callum Lee, Managing Director

Callum Lee

Callum is an expert in the cultural and creative industries and provides high-level advice to cultural organisations and policymakers.

His projects range from the development of a major new arts foundation in the Middle East to the evaluation of Creative Europe – the world’s largest transnational funding scheme for culture and film.

He has a particular interest in strategic planning, in evaluation, and in the role of culture in economic development.

He is a board member at KIT Theatre. Between 2013 and 2015, he was also the Deputy Director of the European Creative Business Network.

He has spoken at conferences in the UK, Ireland, Netherlands, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Belgium, and Singapore. He has been in the Guardian and on Germany’s ZDF TV.

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Your BOP newsletter - June
The Future of Culture in Cities
Your BOP newsletter - June
Night-time economy moves up political agenda
Manchester appoints its own night-time advisor
Night-time economy moves up political agenda
Creative Enterprise Zones Conference
Moving the Mayor’s new creative industries initiative from paper to reality
Creative Enterprise Zones Conference
Creativity in health settings
Findings from our work at Great Ormond Street Hospital
Creativity in health settings
The Future of Culture in UK Cities
UK Launches Major Enquiry into Future of Cultural Investment in Cities
The Future of Culture in UK Cities
Your BOP Newsletter - March
Preserving culture in world cities
Your BOP Newsletter - March
A City of Music
Our Liverpool Music Strategy published
A City of Music
Business support after Brexit
What are the implications for supporting arts and cultural programmes?
Business support after Brexit
Why Collect?
New report calls for increased investment in museums and their collections
Why Collect?
Addressing accessibility
How can cultural venues proactively improve disabled access
Addressing accessibility
The Spillover Effect
New evidence for the broader impacts of the arts, culture and creative industries
The Spillover Effect