Cultural Entrepreneurship in India

I came across Aditya Mukherjee's new book entitled Boomtown and as Murali D explains in the interview with the author, this is "...a story of food, friendship, romance, and the adventure of entrepreneurship, with four friends coming together for starting a restaurant chain". The interesting part about this interview is when the journalist ask the … Continue reading Cultural Entrepreneurship in India

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Cultural Entrepreneurship: At the crossroads of people, place, and prosperity

A presentation by Alice Loy, PhD, Co-founder and Director of Programs at the Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship. <div style="margin-bottom:5px"> <strong> <a href="https://www.slideshare.net/aliceloy/why-we-invest-in-cultural-entrepreneurs" title="Why we invest in cultural entrepreneurs" target="_blank">Why we invest in cultural entrepreneurs</a> </strong> from <strong><a href="http://www.slideshare.net/aliceloy" target="_blank">Global Center for Cultural Entrepreneurship</a></strong> </div>

Cultural entrepreneurship and the Banff Television Festival

In the Journal of Cultural Economics (1996, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp 321-339), there is an interesting paper by Keith Acheson, Christopher J. Maule and Elizabet Filleul entitled "Cultural entrepreneurship and the Banff Television Festival". Below is an abstract: "Cultural entrepreneurship involves a conception, an initial launch, and a transition to an established event. Each … Continue reading Cultural entrepreneurship and the Banff Television Festival