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DC Research Ltd is an economics, heritage and culture research and consultancy company, based in Carlisle and working throughout the UK.
DC Research was established in 2008 and has spent the last eleven years developing a national reputation for providing high quality research services to clients across the UK.
We provide a full range of economics, heritage and culture research, consultancy and advice services, and our main service areas are:
We primarily work in the economics, creative and cultural fields, including heritage and museums, and have carried out work for national organisations and agencies – such as Arts Council England; Association of Independent Museums; British Museum; Creative Scotland; Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport; National Lottery Heritage Fund; Museums Galleries Scotland; Welsh Government – as well as work for organisations in places across the UK.
We have also carried out work for clients in Carlisle, and across Cumbria and the wider Borderlands area – including: Carlisle City Council; Copeland Borough Council; Cumbria County Council; Dumfries & Galloway Council; Freerange Artists; Heart of Hawick; Keswick Museum; Northumberland National Park Authority; Northumberland Strategic Arts Forum; Prism Arts; Scottish Borders Council; Shambellie House Trust; Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Trust; University of Cumbria; and Woodhorn Museum.
We have a particular focus on applying economic research tools and methods to the cultural and heritage sectors – and have used these skills to support culture and heritage organisations in advocacy, funding applications, evaluation, action plan development, and assessing economic & social impact and contribution.
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