Findings following research by Indigo into audience attitudes towards the use of self-service technology in cultural venues. Sponsored by Point One.
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1. Introduction If you are reading this guide it is almost certain that your organisation doesn’t have enough money to do all the things you want to do. You are probably also a leader who wants to analyse whether a proposed piece of new technology is going to be a ‘good’ investment for your organisation. … Read more
1. Introduction As a leader of a heritage organisation, you know that having the right technology is key to achieving your strategic aims, whether that be engaging new audiences or preserving heritage for the future. Yet it’s unlikely you have the resources to upgrade to the latest systems in all areas of your organisation. How … Read more
Research undertaken by Barclaycard found that charities lose out on an astonishing £80 million a year in public donations as fewer people carry cash. In response, contactless giving has been identified as a solution. Contactless is a quick and easy way to make purchases and all it requires is a simple tap. Thus, the possibilities … Read more
1. Why change is important Working in the cultural and heritage sectors, you know these uncertain times can be challenging. You want to find time to develop smarter working patterns and reach new audiences. You would like to find novel ways to increase engagement with your events and sites. In this section, we show you … Read more
Carly Straughan takes an in-depth look at the future of Museum fundraising. First published on MuseumNext.
This case study by Bob Harlow, published by The Wallace Foundation, explores Seattle Opera’s multipronged experiment to deepen relationships and reach new audiences.
This is a story about how Circus Oz, a medium-sized performing arts company in Australia has been working with RMIT University to develop a digital platform – the Living Archive – to change not only the company’s operational business and artistic practices but its relationship with and conception of its audiences.