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Why voting competitions are a nightmare

We may not all be in a position to offer a £10,000 prize as in the case of the example in this article from outside the arts, but this is worth a read if you are considering a voting competition.  Do you have a clear set of terms and conditions?  With the ease that social ... Read more

Published: 2013 | Resource type: article

Case study of a failing orchestra

This in-depth case study report focuses on the San Jose Symphony Orchestra which closed in 2002 and is a cautionary tale for other cities, other symphony orchestras, for those in the entertainment industry, and for anyone connected with a nonprofit organisation. It looks at the history of classical music organisations, its market, the avoidance of the concert hall, competition, consumer preference, ... Read more

Published: 2005 | Resource type: Case studies

Ahead of the Game

A report on the Arts Marketing Association symposium, 29-30 April 2004.  The symposium aimed to consider who or what the arts are competing for, and, if competition is appropriate, whether the arts are as competitive as they might be.

Published: 2004 | Resource type: article