West Anthem Music Strategy

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West Anthem Music Strategy

Deadline to take the survey is December 16, 2019.

Sound Diplomacy is thrilled to be conducting an economic impact assessment and music sector study in the cities of Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta.

This is an important piece of work, not just for Calgary and Edmonton, but for the global music industry.

Both music sectors deliver economic and social benefits to the cities, and our aim will be to provide their stakeholders with a comprehensive understanding of the music sectors’ value in a place and the ecosystems that create such value. We also hope to identify what can be improved across the ecosystem, from a regulatory, planning and economic development framework.

Survey for Artists, Music Industry Organizations, and Music Fans in Calgary and Edmonton

Here are some instructions:

  • You need to be based in Calgary, Edmonton or working in music there to participate.
  • The survey covers a wide range of topics related to music creation and consumption, audience habits and professional opinions regarding the music ecosystem in Calgary and Edmonton.
  • Depending on your role in the music ecosystem, it will take you between 10 and 20 minutes to complete it. If you don’t have time to finish in one sitting, you can save your responses and complete the survey later.
  • The information you provide will be held in strict confidentiality by Sound Diplomacy and will only be used in aggregated form to assess the mapping and economic impact of the Edmonton and Calgary music ecosystem.
  • Participants are encouraged to respond truthfully to identify their current challenges, including those that might identify patterns of inequality among demographics.
  • The survey will be open until December 16, 2019. You have until then to participate.

For more information, or to take the survey, visit sounddiplomacy.com.

About Sound Diplomacy

Sound Diplomacy is the leading strategic consultancy providing cities, governments, tourism and real estate sectors with the tools to measure, assess and unlock the economic value of music and cultural infrastructure.

Their work has helped define the music cities movement and been delivered in over 20 countries and 50 cities around the world.

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