Access All Areas is a one-day conference from Culture Republic, bringing speakers from across the UK to show that when cultural leaders, artists and entrepreneurs act in the interests of everyone, creative inspiration and engagement grows.
Edinburgh | 29 October | #CRConf15
Using targeted social media Pauline exceeded her sales targets and built a loyal social media fan base that has put her freelance artist’s enterprise on firm financial footing. Here’s how she did it.
Membership schemes can offer a sustainable funding stream, build a community of supporters and provide a source of regular repeat visitors for arts organisations. Successful membership schemes, however, need a strong CRM strategy behind them.
Data protection is an ongoing responsibility that arts and cultural organisations need to keep on top of. The Information Commissioner’s Office will be at our upcoming CRM event to discuss the the eight principles of the Data Protection Act 1998, and how to put them into practice to keep both the regulator and audiences happy.
Asking the right questions and gathering useful information is key to creating efficient market segmentation. PatronBase will be at our Future of CRM & Ticketing event to share their knowledge and experiences of audience segmentation for target marketing and getting the best use out of CRM systems.
Introducing any new system of data capture and management can feel overwhelming. Circle Interactive will be at our upcoming CRM event to discuss how to avoid the common challenges of database implementation.
A three minute video that summarises the key issues and learnings from Culture Republic’s Thinking Out of the Box event. It includes perspectives from the participants and highlights from the day’s events.
According to Euan’s Guide, many arts and cultural organisations are already doing a good job of making their spaces accessible to a range of audiences. Unfortunately, in many cases, arts organisations are doing a poor job of letting these audiences know about the resources that are in place to serve them.
Data is one of your most precious resources and assets – but only if you look after it and make sure you keep it in good working order. June’s First Wednesday was all about cutting out the noise that surrounds data marketing, and making the right decisions to keep your database in order.
Based on data from the last Scottish census, 20% of people living in Scotland have a long-term activity-limiting health issue or disability. This equals about 1.04 million people.
Everything you always wanted to know about the power and potential for customer relationship management tools from the experts at the Ticketing Institute.
We’re delighted to introduce our 2015 programme of practical touring workshops, bringing essential training and networking opportunities to a venue near you.
Data is currency. Handled with purpose and a little creativity, it can help you tell stories, solve problems and make new connections.