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Stavanger Innovation Summit, “Transforming City Regions”, June 2009 BAILIE Dr. LIZ CAMERON M.A, D.Univ Chair – Culture & Sport Glasgow, Vice Chair – Glasgow.

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1 Stavanger Innovation Summit, “Transforming City Regions”, June 2009 BAILIE Dr. LIZ CAMERON M.A, D.Univ Chair – Culture & Sport Glasgow, Vice Chair – Glasgow City Marketing Bureau

2 “GLASGOW – SECOND CLASS CITY” “NO VISION IN THE FACE OF URBAN DEVASTATION” Where We Were

3 ‘Developing The Potential’ McKinsey Report 1984 ‘Economic Value Of Arts’ Policy Studies Institute 1988

4 Early Interventions Burrell Glasgow’s Glasgow Garden Collection Miles Better Festival

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6 “GLASGOW’S NO MEAN CITY ANYMORE” Wall St Journal “THE UGLY DUCKLING OF EUROPE HAS TURNED INTO A SWAN” Los Angeles Herald Impact & Legacy

7 Capacity of cultural sector expanded New creative opportunities unlocked International contacts expanded New arts organisations created New venues created Impact & Legacy

8 Impact & Legacy : Infrastructure Tramway Glasgow Royal Gallery of Concert Hall Modern Art

9 Impact & Legacy : Events Celtic Connections Festival of Visual Arts UK City of Architecture & Design

10 2006 Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Impact & Legacy : Infrastructure

11 2006 City Halls

12 Developing a Year Round Major Events Programme

13 Glasgow attracts 2.8 million visitors per annum who generate £700 million for the local economy. 31,000 people were employed in tourism related activities in Glasgow throughout 2005 and 2006, representing 17% of the total tourism workforce in Scotland. Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum is Scotland’s most popular visitor attraction and the 14 th most visited museum in the world. Where We Are

14 Dedicated Delivery and Audience Development Supporting the infrastructure and developing audience Dedicated Business Facilities Film City at former Govan Town Hall, Wasps at the Briggait, Trongate 103, new home for the Visual Arts in the Merchant City opens April 2009 Tailored Business Development and Training Support… Glasgow Film Fund, Glasgow Design, Internationalisation Programmes, Trade Development, Targeting Technology Major Themed Developments Digital Media Campus, City Science Campus, Visual Arts Quarter Developing Creative & Cultural Industries

15 2007Culture and Sport Glasgow formed 10 – year Tourism Strategy launch 2008 UNESCO City of Music 2009 Trongate Riverside Museum 2012 NISA and Velodrome Arena at SECC

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18 “Brimming with style and culture, Scotland’s biggest city is a revelation.” As Others See Us

19 Stavanger Innovation Summit, “Transforming City Regions”, June 2009 BAILIE Dr. LIZ CAMERON M.A, D.Univ Chair – Culture & Sport Glasgow, Vice Chair – Glasgow City Marketing Bureau


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