Olsberg•SPI Completes Assessment of Overseas Strategies for Create HK

With a view to making recommendations  for the future of the Hong Kong exhibition sector, Olsberg•SPI and Hong Kong’s F Media undertook a study of various overseas strategies to promote cinema development. The work explored their effectiveness and assessed their applicability to Hong Kong, was completed in September, 2013. read more →

03 Sep 2013

Olsberg•SPI advises Skillset Cymru

Olsberg•SPI is advising Skillset Cymru on a number of assignments concerning current and future skills needs for the Creative Economy in Wales. read more →

10 Aug 2013

Olsberg•SPI recommends changes to European Convention on Cinematographic Co-Production

Olsberg•SPI has delivered on behalf of the Council of Europe an evaluation of the European Convention on Cinematographic Co-Production. This survey, which considered the views of a range of administrators, film-makers and media lawyers drawn from the States which are party to the convention, both highlights the successes so far and makes suggestions for modernisation.. read more →

12 Jul 2013

Olsberg SPI contributes to Film Business Asia

Olsberg•SPI has drawn on its expertise in the global production arena to produce an article for the Berlin edition of Film Business Asia. The Case For Co-Production explores the potential offered by linking Europe and China, assessing possible routes of collaboration between the two regions. Read the article: Film Business Asia – The Case For.. read more →

01 Feb 2013

Olsberg•SPI retained to advise on the development of the Mauritian film industry

Following the delivery of our report on the development of the Mauritian screen industry, Olsberg•SPI have been retained by the Mauritius Board of Investment to support its implementation. We will be working with the BOI to develop and put into place a marketing strategy, and supporting them at the 2013 Berlinale. With their 2013 budget,.. read more →

27 Dec 2012

Olsberg•SPI publishes International Territories Review for the BFI

In order to assist the BFI in developing its international strategy, Olsberg•SPI in association with David Steele has analysed more than 30 territories worldwide, focusing on their potential for the UK film industry. This review addresses each country’s potential in terms of exports, co-productions, inward investment, cultural diplomacy, talent and skills and policy. This comprehensive.. read more →

01 Dec 2012

Olsberg•SPI advise Create Hong Kong

Olsberg•SPI and Hong Kong’s F Media have been hired as the international experts examining the condition of Hong Kong’s exhibition sector. The assignment includes evaluating the obstacles to the sector’s growth as well as making recommendations of strategic policy initiatives to overcome them. read more →

30 Nov 2012

Olsberg•SPI to deliver future skills needs projections for Creative Skillset

Olsberg•SPI – in conjunction with the economics consultancy TBR – have been retained by Creative Skillset to provide ten-year projections of skills needs across the major creative industries. These will comprise both an economic and skills model, and insight data collected from interviews with leading industry figures in the Fashion, Publishing, Film, Television, VFX and.. read more →

26 Nov 2012

Olsberg•SPI assist Screen Australia

For a fourth time, Jonathan Olsberg was a member of the assessment team who recommended a number of corporate investments to Screen Australia’s Board as part of its Enterprise Funding programme. Since the programme’s inception in 2009 (introduced following recommendations from Olsberg•SPI) the scheme has invested A$18 million in 25 Australian screen businesses. read more →

25 Nov 2012

Olsberg•SPI publishes independent report on film company sustainability

Olsberg•SPI has published an independent research report that provides a new look at the problem of sustainability for independent film companies and addresses the challenges, and potential solutions, for industry and government. Although the opinions expressed in it are solely ours, the report was sponsored by Film i Väst, PACT and the Swedish Film Institute… read more →

28 Jun 2012