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COVID-19 Creative Economy Impact Reports

CVSuite COVID-19 Impact Reports can help your organization respond to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the creative economy by measuring changes in employment rates and key industry subsectors within a state or region to identify the jobs and industries that are most likely to be affected by the outbreak.
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Specialized Impact Reports

CVSuite has partnered up with Emsi (Economic Modeling Specialists International) to produce fully packaged reports that measure the economic impact of the creative industries in your region. These reports are available at a reduced rate for current CVSuite clients.
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Benchmarking for Comparison

Are you interested how your region compares to other regions, and which regions would be best to compare to? We work with our data provider to identify regions that are most relevant to compare to, based on a selection of different aspects of the creative economy.
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Expanded Data – Input/Output Data

To gain a better understanding of your overall creative economy and the activities within it, your CVSuite data specialists can analyze the direct and indirect effects of job changes in your region to gauge future impact on your community and your creative economy. This can include job and earnings multipliers.
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Earnings Multiplier

An earnings multiplier of 1.5 means that, for every dollar of earnings generated by a new scenario, a total of $1.50 is paid out in wages, salaries, and other compensation throughout your economy. This is important for understanding how a given scenario will affect not only the number of jobs in your region but the quality of those jobs.

Jobs Multiplier

A jobs multiplier indicates how important an industry is in regional job creation. A jobs multiplier of 3.0, for example, would mean that for every job created by that industry, two other jobs would be created in other industries (for a total of three jobs).