Olsberg SPI to study the value of Screen Tourism to Northern Ireland

Olsberg SPI have been retained by Tourism NI to study the value of Screen Tourism to Northern Ireland, following the approach taken by our pioneering research for Creative England in 2014. This report will identify for the first time the actual impact of screen tourism spend in Northern Ireland, and will be published later this.. read more →

01 Mar 2016

Olsberg•SPI to assess the cultural value of the Australian screen sector

Screen Australia has retained SPI to undertake a new project on the cultural value of the Australian screen sector. The research is part of a wider economic, cultural and social value project that will quantify and articulate what the screen sector contributes to the Australian economy, as well as Australian audiences, taxpayers and the beneficiaries of.. read more →

24 Feb 2016

Emerging findings of Pact study presented at Screen Film Summit

SPI Chairman Jonathan Olsberg presented emerging findings of a major study currently being undertaken for UK producers’ body Pact at the Screen Film Summit in London today (December 10). The study, The State of the UK Independent Film Sector, will be published by Pact in 2016. Jonathan’s presentation outlined emerging trends related to budget bands,.. read more →

10 Dec 2015

Groundbreaking study on cultural and audience contributions of the UK screen sectors published

SPI’s report on the Cultural and Audience Contributions of the UK’s Film, High-End Television, Video Games, and Animation Programming sectors has been published by the BFI. This major piece of work, the first such combined assessment of the UK screen sectors, addresses the significant contributions made in terms of generating cultural and audience value both.. read more →

02 Dec 2015

SPI’s report on the UK video games sector launched in Parliament

A new report from SPI which sets out recommendations to grow the UK video games industry by £1bn by 2020 is being launched at a high-level event in Parliament on Tuesday, 3rd November. The UK Video Games Sector: A Blueprint for Growth was commissioned by games trade body Ukie and tracks the evolution of the UK.. read more →

03 Nov 2015

Jonathan OIsberg interview on the Barcelona Film Commission website

SPI Chairman Jonathan Olsberg is featured as Professional of the Month on the Barcelona Film Commission website. The article includes a Q&A with Jonathan about SPI’s work and recent projects in screen tourism, including the firm’s study on maximising screen tourism in Barcelona. This was presented at AFCI’s Cineposium event, held in September in Barcelona. The.. read more →

08 Oct 2015

Download SPI’s screen tourism presentation from Cineposium

SPI Chairman Jonathan Olsberg delivered a keynote presentation at AFCI’s Cineposium in September, a major three-day event focused exclusively on screen tourism. Jonathan’s keynote presentation outlined SPI’s methodology and findings from two recent screen tourism projects undertaken in England and Barcelona. The deck can be downloaded here: Olsberg SPI Cineposium presentation. Please note that sections on the.. read more →

08 Oct 2015

Jonathan Olsberg to speak at Cineposium

SPI Chairman Jonathan Olsberg has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at Cineposium, hosted by the Association of Film Commissioners International. The event, which runs 24th-26th of September in Barcelona, will explore screen tourism in detail at a time when the topic is a key discussion point across the industry. Jonathan’s session, Quantifying Film and.. read more →

11 Sep 2015

SPI Chairman Confirmed for Mixed Reality Scandinavia

Work by SPI to develop a methodology enabling a robust quantitative valuation of screen tourism will be the subject of a presentation by SPI Chairman Jonathan Olsberg at the forthcoming Mixed Reality Scandinavia. The conference, which runs 14th-15th of September in Malmö, Sweden, explores fiction tourism and destination development. read more →

11 Sep 2015

Evaluation of the Yorkshire Content Fund

Olsberg•SPI has been contracted to lead the final evaluation of the Yorkshire Content Fund, a public-private investment fund for film, television and digital content. The fund is managed by Screen Yorkshire, which champions the film, TV, games and digital industries in Yorkshire and the Humber. The SPI team (involving economics consultancy Nordicity) previously undertook the.. read more →

24 Aug 2015