In the dynamic landscape of today’s global economy, the creative economy is experiencing exponential growth. This sector encompasses diverse industries such as art, design, media, technology, and more. Its significance lies not only in its workforce evolution since the pandemic but also in the innovative contributions it brings to society.
You see, the creative economy is not just a niche; it’s a powerhouse driving economic growth and cultural innovation. According to Deloitte’s study on the Future of The Creative Economy, it has been growing faster than the wider economy globally and is expected to grow 40% by 2033. This growth is a testament to the increasing demand for creative services and products worldwide.


However, despite its growth, creatives face numerous challenges including financial instability, lack of resources, and limited recognition.

This is where established brands and major organizations play a pivotal role. Their support can be a game-changer for creatives. Collaboration between brands and creative individuals or startups can result in a win-win situation. Brands can benefit from fresh ideas, innovative approaches, and authentic connections by partnering with creatives.

There are several ways brands and organizations can support creatives. Offering financial aid through grants or funding programs is a direct way to alleviate the financial burden. Providing platforms for exposure and visibility amplifies the reach of these creatives, allowing their work to gain recognition on a larger scale. Additionally, mentorship programs and skill development initiatives can empower creatives to hone their craft and navigate the industry more effectively.

By providing a growth platform for the creative economy, you are adding to the symbiotic relationship of the creative supply chain.

Creative economy sectors can be visualized as a supply and demand value chain, from concept creation to consumption. One part of the creative economy can stimulate growth in other parts and Ampersand Studios’ business model services each stage of this creative process.

The content creator market reached $16.4 billion in 2022 and is likely to reach $47.2 billion by 2032. 87% of industry professionals say they use video as a marketing tool. 

Ampersand Studios’ in-house production and content solutions are designed to help stimulate growth for the creative economy through accessibility of services, allowing the creative economy to navigate concept creation, production, and distribution all under one roof.

  • Community: 350+ community of entrepreneurs, creators, and creative businesses of all sizes.
  • Content Studios: Flexible content and production solutions to help bring ideas to life.
  • Studio Managers: Studios created by and run by local production experts.
  • Equipment Access: Convenient in-house amenities with access to content services and equipment rentals.

In addition to studios and workspaces, our &Grow program allows us to serve as a creative incubator that prioritizes launch services for start-ups and small businesses.


The ripple effect of supporting creatives extends beyond individual success stories. It fuels innovation, drives economic growth, and fosters a more vibrant and culturally rich society. 

At Ampersand Studios, investing in the creative economy is a natural part of our commitment to the local creative community, to innovation, culture, and progress. We look forward to working with brands within our ecosystem to continue contributing to and collaborating with creatives. 

Source: The Future of the Creative Economy, Deloitte



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