AMION Consulting was commissioned by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority in April 2023 to undertake an economic impact assessment of the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest. The study examined the direct and indirect economic benefits of the event, including analysis of the number of visitors attracted to the city and the generation of expenditure, employment, and Gross Value Added (GVA).
The report shows that the event provided a £54.8m net economic boost to the Liverpool City Region with 473,000 attendees at Eurovision events and 2 million people reached through the education and community programmes.
You can read the report the summary report here AMION – Eurovision Economic Impact – Summary Report
Or the full report here AMION – Eurovision Economic Impact – Full Report
The economic impact assessment is being funded by the Liverpool City Region Combined Authority, Liverpool City Council, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).