Creative industries have tremendous potential for economic and social impact. Experts such as British author John Howkins, who popularized the term “creative economy,” and urban studies theorist Richard Florida, who coined the term “creative class,” have demonstrated the power of creative people and sectors to strengthen communities and unleash growth.

Concurrent with the rise of the creative economy, we have witnessed a substantial growth in impact investing. According to “U.S....


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