Tourism is worth £127bn annually to the UK economy and films and literature provide a powerful draw.
Overseas holidaymakers who visit castles and historic houses spend about £8bn annually.
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He has become a movement within himself – a genre – not least because of the way that children can relate to him.
Call me crazy but perhaps Harry Potter is one of the most successful businesspeople that Britain has had in decades – all credit, of course, to JK Rowling.
How many people’s grasp of the English language might have been enhanced by that dreamy wizard and his compelling antics?
Might he have provided that extra impetus to study, work hard, score those grades and eventually land a decent job? Easier to corroborate is the franchise’s impact on the UK travel and retail industries.
“Every child in our world will know his name.” If Professor Mc Gonagall had shown as much interest in the business pages as she did in witchcraft and wizardry, then she may even have dared to predict just how much of an impact that Potter boy would end up having on our less than magical economy.
On the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book, which has since sold more than 450 million copies worldwide in 79 languages, we are able to reflect on a string of masterpieces that have had an impact far beyond the realms of literature and culture.
Last year, a professor at the London School of Economics said that Harry Potter was worth £4bn to the UK economy.