June 20, 2024
City of Nanaimo: Not-for-Profit Sector Study

Nordicity is thrilled to announce its collaboration with the City of Nanaimo on a Not-for-Profit Sector Study. This initiative aligns with the City's vision to create a prosperous, socially just, and environmentally sustainable community, using the "Doughnut Economics" framework as outlined in the City Plan.

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June 20, 2024
Metcalf Foundation: Impact Investing and Canada’s Cultural Sector

In a pioneering move to strengthen the arts and culture sector through innovative financing, Nordicity has been commissioned by the Metcalf Foundation – in partnership with the Ontario Arts Council and the Canada Council for the Arts – to launch an action research project exploring the integration of social finance within the arts and culture sector. 

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June 18, 2024
Strengthening Zimbabwe’s Protection of Intellectual Property for the Benefit of the Cultural and Creative Industries

The Investment Climate Reform (ICR) Facility engaged Nordicity to undertake a pivotal technical assistance project for the Zimbabwe Ministry of Sports, Recreation, Arts, and Culture (MoSRAC). The project aims to strengthen the intellectual property (IP) business environment in Zimbabwe’s cultural and creative industries (CCIs).

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May 21, 2024
Nordicity Leads RDFFG's Cultural Funding Review

Nordicity is excited to announce its continued support to the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George (RDFFG) through our latest collaboration on the Cultural Funding Review.

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April 29, 2024
Kristian Roberts appointed sole CEO of Nordicity

As a key part of its succession plan, NGL Nordicity Group Ltd (Nordicity) has moved forward on new appointments. Founder and Board Chair, Peter Lyman announced that Kristian Roberts would be assuming CEO position as of Jan. 1, 2024.

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March 19, 2024
Nordicity's Insights on Emerging Trends in Cultural Planning

Last fall, Nordicity's Peter Lyman and Mila Dechef-Tweddle spoke about cultural planning with Arts Consultants Canada (ACCA) on the At the Mic” podcast. Building on their respective work across Nordicity’s culture planning practice, Peter and Mila discussed the evolution of cultural planning over the last decade and the strategies our team at Nordicity employs to ensure successful community engagement.




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January 26, 2024
The State of Tax Credits in the Global Video Game Industry

Kristian Roberts, CEO of Nordicity, explored the dynamics of tax credits in the global video game industry in a conversation with Brendan Sinclair from He highlighted the competitive race, particularly in Continental Europe and Australia-New Zealand, to offer more attractive tax incentives.

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January 23, 2024
Trends in the Canadian Digital Media Universe

Nordicity once again took part in this year's iteration of Digital Media at the Crossroads conference. Nordicity took stage to kick-off the conference with a presentation and update of the revenues, employment, and future trends in two key creative sectors in the Canadian digital media universe: audio visual production and music.

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January 9, 2024
The Local Economic Benefits of Film and TV Studios in West London

A new report prepared by Nordicity and Saffery LLP demonstrates that film and TV production studios in West London generate significant benefits for the UK economy.

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December 18, 2023
This Year at Nordicity 2023

With yet another exciting year coming to a close, we’re taking a moment to pause and reflect on the incredible humans and various projects that have made 2023 a success!

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December 13, 2023
Municipal Cultural Planning Trends

Here are seven trends emerging from Nordicity’s recent cultural planning projects. 

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November 28, 2023
Regional Production Funds at the Bristol and Bath Screen Summit

The second annual Bristol and Bath Screen Summit brought together, filmmakers, producers, writers commissioners and other stakeholders from Bristol and Bath’s vibrant film and TV ecosystem. 

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Nordicity is a leading international consulting firm providing private and public-sector clients with solutions for Economic Analysis, Strategy and Business, and Policy and Regulation across four priority sectors: arts, culture and heritage; digital and creative media; and information and communication technologies (ICTs) and innovation. With offices in London (UK), Toronto, and Vancouver Nordicity is ideally placed to assist our clients to succeed in the rapidly evolving global markets.