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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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We are recruiting two Consultants!
Based central London, Birmingham or Barcelona
We are recruiting two Consultants!
Sharing Operations and Visitor Experience insight
UK-wide study of visitor experience practice provides new benchmarks for cultural and visitor attractions
Sharing Operations and Visitor Experience insight
Transforming Birmingham’s Symphony Hall
Our work helps unlock large LEP investment in culture
Transforming Birmingham’s Symphony Hall
Hitting the right notes in the Midlands
Our analysis of the strengths & challenges of music in the Midlands is published
Hitting the right notes in the Midlands
Empowering English Cities
Devolution energised by culture and creativity
Empowering English Cities
World cities respond to climate emergency
Cultural and environmental strategies are becoming increasingly connected
World cities respond to climate emergency
How do cultural organisations raise money?
Six top tips for building fundraising capacity from our Catalyst:Evolve programme evaluation
How do cultural organisations raise money?
Music, health and young people
Findings from our evaluation of ArtsTrain
Music, health and young people
Your BOP Newsletter - June
Urban planning for culture
Your BOP Newsletter - June
Protect urban heritage to prevent growth in inequality
Our new research report for the National Trust
Protect urban heritage to prevent growth in inequality
An evidence-base for the growing Gulf festivals sector
New skills research in the Gulf Co-operation Council States
An evidence-base for the growing Gulf festivals sector
Seizing the potential of creativity for Local Enterprise Partnerships
Our five takeaways from Creative Industries Council’s event last week
Seizing the potential of creativity for Local Enterprise Partnerships