ConsultEcon Management & Economic Insight

Museums are important to a community’s cultural, educational and economic well being.  ConsultEcon is proud to be a member of the museum community and provide market, economic, business and planning services to create successful new museums and support existing museums to remain economically vital while maximizing community benefits, mission achievement, and their market potential.



Georgia Music Hall of Fame:  Macon, Georgia
As part of a team effort, conducted a financial feasibility study for the Georgia Music Hall of Fame that was successfully developed in Macon, Georgia.  The work included a market study and proposed operating plan.

Mechanical Music Museum:  Duncanville, Texas
Prepared a market and feasibility study for a proposed museum based on a private collection of mechanical musical instruments. This study included an evaluation of the market context and operating potential for the project, as a basis for the City of Duncanville to inform its overall planning process and to provide a basis for project support.

Center for American Music:  New Haven, Connecticut
Provided  a market and feasibility analysis of the proposed Center for American Music, to be located in downtown New Haven, Connecticut.  The Center for American Music will be a celebration and exploration of America’s music heritage in its many forms.

Hip Hop Museum: 
Oakland, California
The Hip Hop Museum and Center for Urban Culture will be an interactive museum, performance and community space that explores the past, present and future of hip hop and urban culture. Working as part of a team, ConsultEcon, Inc. evaluated the market and operating potential of this proposed innovative facility.

Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame: 
Muskogee, Oklahoma
Examined a hall of fame concept, and market and economic analyses for the proposed Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.  The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame will showcase the unique music heritage of Oklahoma, creating a facility and organization dedicated to the past and future of Oklahoma’s music.