As part of the dissemination of the Creative Lenses project P60 hosts its very own Business Model Innovation Workshop on March 20th!
The full programme of the day can be found here. Please note that the workshop is English spoken.
The fee for participation in this workshop is €45,- (including tax). Lunch will be provided. In order to register yourself, please send an e-mail to Gerard Lohuis (firstname.lastname@example.org). Next you will receive an invoice, after payment you registration is final. For more information about the registration, feel free to contact Gerard Lohuis.
Note: Please, mind that seats are limited. Also, students as well as cultural professionals working with visual arts are not eligible.
Drawing on the insights from the EU Creative Europe Creative Lenses project, the aim of the workshop is for participants to learn about and reflect on the key concepts, relevance, issues and practical applications, associated with business models and their innovation in performing arts organisations and cultural venues.
What will you learn?
- The concept of business models and their innovation, its relevance to and application in the arts/cultural sector
- How others have made changes to their organisation models and activities
- How to define what sustainability means for your organisation
- Why some people fail and others succeed
- A holistic approach to development, making a change and being sustainable How to start the process of developing and making effective change
Who are the Workshops for?
- The workshop is primarily aimed at arts and cultural professionals with at least 3 years’ experience who are currently working in the performing arts and cultural venues
- It could also be of interest to policymakers and funders.
Benchmarking System Data
Participants will be asked to insert their organisations’ data into Creative Lenses Benchmarking System —www.artsmetric.com (under development)— prior to attending their workshop.
Method of Delivery
The workshop will be delivered through theory, presentations, practice case studies, videos, practical group work/exercise, personal reflection, ideas.
Paul Bogen has thirty-five-year experience working in the cultural sector as a producer, project manager, consultant, fund-raiser and trainer, developing and delivering his own projects as well as working for a wide range of public and private clients across Europe. He is a co-director of Olivearte Cultural Agency.
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