Socio-economic impact valuation of events

Summary

Little Blue Research supported Informa, a leading international intelligence, events and scholarly research group, to design a methodology for determining the socio-economic value of events and their legacy to different stakeholder groups.

Client description

Capitals

Informa

11,000 employees

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NATURAL

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SOCIAL

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PRODUCED

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Client need

Informa required technical support to design a socio-economic impact framework to understand the social, environmental and economic impact of their events. The project was undertaken in a phased approach from scoping through to the development of a framework to measure the impact of any of Informa’s events.

The challenge

Designing a framework to measure the socio-economic value of events.

Developing & updating methods to determine the carbon and waste footprint of events in different cities.

The results

Scoping assessment of indicators for one pilot event

Social indicators for measurement across events in three jurisdictions.

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