Sample EIA Reports

CSTA works with event hosts to prepare an analysis estimating the economic impact arising from hosting a particular sporting event in a particular community.

The data contained in these reports is generated pre-event as a prediction using steam2.0  or post-event using steam pro2.0 (actual spending data collected at the event is used to calculate the economic impact).


 
Recent EI Reports Using steam 2.0

2018 Alberta Summer Games – Grande Prairie

Recent EI Reports Using steam pro2.0

2018 Slo-Pitch Nationals - Leduc

2018 STIHL Timbersports Canadian Championships - Wasaga Beach 

2018 Arctic Winter Games - South Slave

2018 Ontario Winter Games - Orillia

2017 World Junior A Challenge - Truro

2018 Curl 4 Canada - Leduc

2018 Scotties Tournament of Hearts - Penticton

U14 Alberta Soccer Provincials 2017 - Fort McMurray

U21 Pan Am Volleyball  Cup 2017 - Fort McMurray

2017 Men's World Softball Championships - Whitehorse

2017 Leduc Foamfest and Canada Day - Leduc

2017 Canadian Ringette Championships - Leduc

2017 Ford World Men’s Curling Championships - Edmonton

2015 Tamarack Ottawa Race Weekend - Ottawa

2015 Staal Foundation Open - Thunder Bay


 
CSTA charges $3000 to conduct a steam2.0 prediction which includes production of a detailed report estimating the economic impact of the event in a particular community. Members of the CSTA do have access to the steam2.0  tool on a complimentary basis (self-serve through the Members Only section of the website, but the output is not as detailed). Contact us at research@canadiansporttourism.com if you’re interested in this service.

For a quote on an EI assessment using steam pro2.0, use our online form to submit your event info.