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Glastonbury’s festival economics signals hope for entrepreneurial spirit. From short to medium term employment opportunities, right through to direct economic spend, Glastonbury annually contributes over £100m to the UK economy. Not only do festivals inject money into local economies but they also serve to bring together communities, enhance skills and local confidence, and perhaps inspire generations. Read more from Michael Duignan, Lecturer in Tourism Management about the economics of festivals on The Conversation: http://bit.ly/28HkeSl
Glastonbury's festival economics signals hope for entrepreneurial spirit theconversation.com

Forget the main stage headliners, the real festival heroes might be selling you crocodile burgers and mango smoothies.