Economic impact of the award winning RAMM in Exeter

Economic Impact of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery in Exeter

DC Research is delighted to be researching the economic impact of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery in Exeter. Reopened in December 2011 and winner of the the Art Fund’s Museum of the Year Award for 2012, RAMM has new displays showcasing the collections and collectors that have helped it to become one of Britain’s finest regional museums. They tell the story of Exeter and Devon from the prehistoric to the present but, more than a local museum, its internationally important world cultures and natural history collections also tell a story of global exploration and collecting in the 18th and 19th centuries.

The research is seeking to capture the visitor impact both on and off site to ascertain the wider impacts that RAMM has on the local economy.

For more information please contact Jonathan Durnin

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A founding Director of DC Research, Jonathan brings 23 years of academic, policy development and consultancy experience as a research economist, evaluator and project manager to the business. He is a Fellow of the Regional Studies Association, and a Member of the Institute of Economic Development.

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