BOP Consulting team
Meet the people who work with you to plan, design and deliver sustainable cultural projects, demonstrate their impact and identify opportunities for you to evolve and grow.
RE | SHAPING POLICIES FOR CREATIVITY – Addressing culture as a global public good
Culture Counts: New Approaches to Evidence Based Cultural Policymaking
in World Cities
World Cities Culture Report 2014
Evaluation of SubSaharan Africa Arts – 2018-21 Impact report
Culture and High Streets – Final Report
The Green World Cities of Tomorrow: Culture and Sustainability – Special Report Prepared for WCCF Global Conversation
She works with governments and cultural institutions, providing project management, research support, and in-depth analyses. Her areas of focus include strategy and organisational development for cultural venues and institutions, benchmarking and market analysis, sector mapping studies, and economic and social impact assessments.
Her recent work has included leading the fieldwork for our evaluations of the West Africa Arts Programme and Creative Enterprise Global Programme on behalf of the British Council, and working with Central London Forward to understand the impact of Covid-19 on central London’s cultural sector and to consider the best possible policy responses to the crises.
Poppy also works across BOP’s projects in the MENA region. She has provided in-depth research and analysis to support the development and implementation of a new strategy for international cultural exchange for a national government, and has contributed towards the development of a Strategic Case for Culture for the Royal Commission of Al Ula in Saudi Arabia.
Prior to joining BOP, Poppy completed a BA in Geography and a postgraduate degree in Cultural Geography at Royal Holloway, University of London, where she developed a strong grounding in social research, including quantitative and qualitative research designs and analysis. While studying, her research interests included the re-use of religious buildings and other properties as cultural venues for site-specific experiences.
Poppy is an experienced social researcher and consultant working from London across BOP’s global portfolio of projects.
Poppy Lawrence Carr
A global research and consulting practice for culture and the creative economy
We work around the world to build and support new cultural and creative economies. We have created a set of tools that give leaders and decision-makers an unparalleled understanding of their cultural and creative assets and how to make the most of them. Here is a selection of our projects.