Meet the team at Culture Republic. Our core staff of researchers, marketers and digital experts are supported by an extended team of associates from across the country.
We’re partnering with the Family Arts Campaign to bring two briefing sessions on family engagement to Scotland.
Regardless of your size or sector, the Data Protection Act affects you and your organisation. How well do you know your responsibilities and obligations? This is an opportunity for you to make sure that you have the right policies and procedures in place to stay on the right side of the law.
March’s First Wednesday for Culture Republic Partners revisited the New Mosaic Scotland classifications and types at this sell out event – proving once again that the key to understanding your audience is understanding the population your audience is drawn from.
After looking into Orkney Library’s phenomenal performance on Twitter we wanted to know more. We reached out to the library’s Tweeter-In-Chief Stewart Bain to understand the library’s motivation as well as learn more about what Twitter success means for the library.
Unexpected bedfellows – how 80s hair metal and a Scottish library twitter account are the perfect combination
When we look at the Orkney Library’s Twitter statistics in context its clear that what they are doing is working. The Orkney Library account is significantly out performing the average Scottish arts or cultural Twitter account.
If you’re a marketer or an audience engagement professional who uses social media to connect with your community you should check out the Social Media Cheat Sheet.
The Collective Gallery’s move has transformed their audience profile, drawing in brand new audience segments and driving a vast increase in the overall visitor numbers.
Social Ogilvy were the company that correctly predicted Facebook Zero in 2014. So when they shared their 2015 predictions, top tips and insights, we tuned right in …
It’s Scottish Tourism Week & cultural organisations are a key part of the Scottish tourism offer. Watch #stw2015 & join the conversation.Follow us on Twitter
On 14 January 2015 Culture Republic hosted a session with the Creative Lives participants, inviting them to feed back on their experience of the project and to take an active role in shaping the vision for Creative Lives’ future development as we head into 2015.
If you want to understand your audience, you need to understand the population that your audience is drawn from. February’s First Wednesday event for Culture Republic partners explored the new Mosaic classifications, revealing how getting to know the new groups and types can help you design your programming and activity to meet and match the needs of specific population groups around you.
RT @CreativeScots: Dec-Jan Open Project Funding awards announced today. 61 awards to individuals and organisations totaling £1.3m: http://t…Follow us on Twitter
In response to increasing demand, we’ve created the Event Evaluation 360 package: an affordable four-part research solution developed with the specific needs of Scotland’s events and festival producers in mind.