It’s not always easy for community businesses to get their hands on the kind of detailed financial data that helps build a business case, and get an important local service up and running. This set of Success Guides by Power to Change supports you with some concrete data that can help you run a more … Read more
Resources tagged with diversifying income
The first of a series of guides produced by MyCake and Cause4 which aim to help small and medium heritage organisations make better strategic choices. Useful for any similar-sized non-profit organisation also running cafes and/or shops.
1. Changing Landscape In 2020, I found that my inbox was engulfed with invites to digital cultural experiences. From major institutions broadcasting productions; local museums hosting virtual talks with curators; and ballet companies creating work in their homes, there was a plethora of opportunity for me to have a cultural experience from my living room, … Read more
Faye Edwards, Cause4 Programmes Associate asks who really benefits when heritage sites become filming locations? Full of advice and tips about how this income stream fits into a wider income generation plan.
This resource provides tips on how to nurture successful partnerships to enable new income. The tips have been shared by a range of business advisors contributing to Prosper, Creative United’s business support programme for the arts, museums and libraries.
In partnership with Coventry University, Prosper has produced Business Support and the Cultural and Creative Sector in England and Scotland: A Review. This in-depth review of business support activities in England and Scotland is part of Prosper’s vision to build a creative economy making arts accessible for all. It has been shared to help increase awareness and understanding … Read more
Discover how Chickenshed leveraged its expertise in order to diversify its income and maximise the commercial benefit of its existing assets with the launch of its Corporate Training programme.
Alison O’Hara joined New Writing North (NWN) in April 2017 with the responsibility of growing the organisation’s enterprise and trading activities. Prosper, Creative United’s business support programme for the arts, museums and libraries, is helping Alison and NWN to explore the development of new products and services.
Derby Museums are taking part in Prosper — Creative United’s business support programme for the arts, museums and libraries. Head of Development, Sue Jacklin, shares the experience of Derby Museums’ first meeting with Tracey Johnson, their Prosper business advisor.