Eleanor Jubb is an economist, researcher and evaluator with ten years’ experience working across the creative and economic development sectors.
Eleanor covers evaluation, economic strategy and general research. Her recent clients include the Design Council, British Council, GLA and University of the Arts London. She is currently working on a number of evaluations for creative business support programmes including London Creative Network for SPACE, Fashion and Technology Emerging Futures for UAL and StartEast for Norfolk and Suffolk Councils. She is also working on the Great Place programme evaluation for Arts Council England and Heritage Lottery Fund and regularly contributes to mapping and cultural strategy projects.
Eleanor is an experienced quantitative and qualitative researcher. She has an MSc in Environmental Economics from University College London. She worked at the South West Regional Development Agency (2007-2010) where she managed over thirty project evaluations and wrote evidence reports that informed regional economic development policy. After this, Eleanor ran a creative sector business support and knowledge transfer project for a specialist arts university, funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). During this time she worked on multiple digital and technological projects.
Eleanor’s interests are in business development for creative entrepreneurs, the role of cultural enterprise in place making and how cultural and creative industries policy can support this. Eleanor is a trustee of Creative Kernow, a creative sector support organisations in the South West of England.