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Our Services

Whatever your policy and advocacy needs, the team is here to help build a bespoke package of support. olicymaking and advocacy is highly context dependent, so our work is rarely 'off the shelf'.

Below are just some of the services we have offered in the past, as well as the sectors and themes we're covering at the moment. We hope this gives you an idea of the kind of work we might be able to do together.

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We conduct consultancy research covering a wide range of subjects pertinent to the creative and cultural sectors. We blend quantitative (the ‘numbers’) and qualitative (the ‘the stories’) primary and secondary research methods to investigate areas of interest.



We advise on policy, regulatory and political developments. We specialise in the co-design and implementation of evidence-informed, impactful and implementable new policies that support the creative and cultural ecosystem. 



We map key influencers and convene the right people for moments of planned advocacy to drive policy change. We lead campaigns - from soft ‘closed-door’ to high profile narrative changing work, working with creative practitioners throughout.

Which sector are you from?

Professor Ben Walmsley

Dean of University of Leeds & Director of the Centre for Cultural Value

Culture Commons have really affected a step change in the traction that our research is getting with key policy stakeholders at all levels. I can't recommend them highly enough.

Rosie McPherson

Artistic Director of Stand and Be Counted

"We've wanted to have more influence on policy making for years. Culture Commons opened that door. We've now put across our views to the Home Office and had a meaningful response and that's just major for us."

Sadiq Khan

Mayor of London

"I look forward to working with other metro mayors and Culture Commons to ensure that London’s creative industries is even more accessible, rich and vibrant after the pandemic than it was before."

Alison McKenzie-Folan

Chief Executive of Wigan Council

"We’re really pleased to be a part of the efforts of Culture Commons, working to develop policies that will create the best possible outcomes for the creative and cultural sectors. It’s only right that opportunities to support and develop these sectors are fairly spread across different geographical areas."

Clients & Partners

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