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Webinar 1: Marketing Support Available
This first webinar, hosted in December 2021, explores how Round One funding recipients can make the most of the Themed Year opportunity in 2022. It covers the promotional support available through VisitScotland and Museums Galleries Scotland, an overview of the Marketing Requirements for the Fund, and key tips from the Marketing and PR Toolkit.
Webinar 2: How to Deliver Online Events
From initial planning and choosing a platform, to managing expectations and deciding how to price your events, this panel session highlights some of the key things to consider when delivering online events. Hosted by Torquil Macleod, Development & Engagement Manager at VisitScotland, the webinar features the following speakers:
Adam Cameron – Director and Chief Brand Officer at Cameron Events (producer of a number of VisitScotland’s virtual and hybrid events)
We've put together a summary of the top tips shared by our speakers, as well as links to some useful resources - case studies, webinars and advice pages - to enable you to learn more about delivering online events.
Sustainability is a growing concern for us all and there are multiple elements to consider when it comes to planning and delivering events sustainably. In this webinar we define what sustainable development means in relation to events and break down the key principles involved. In addition, we share real-life case studies, tips and inspiration to help you think practically about how to incorporate sustainability into your practice.
The webinar is hosted by Dr Jane Ali-Knight, a Professor in Festival and Event Management at Edinburgh Napier University, and features speakers from:
HebCelt – Graham MacCallum, Depute Festival Director, talks about how this Lewis-based festival is embedding sustainability into their operations.
Cryptic – Fiona Haggerty, Project Manager, shares this Glasgow-based producing arts house's top tips for building sustainability into planning.
The session will:
Give you a clear outline of the three dimensions of sustainability – social, environmental and economic.
Help you to plan more sustainably, regardless of the scale of your organisation or the resources available to you.
Help you to identify what you may already be doing well.
Provide real-life examples and tips from event organisers who have taken practical steps to deliver activity more sustainably.
Inspire you to think about how to deliver your events more sustainably and to identify potential next steps.
This webinar explores how you can engage with digitally excluded audiences. Many of us have had to, or chose to, move to a digital-only approach to marketing. It's important to remember that this doesn't work for everyone and that we have the right tools to reach people.
Explores the meaning of digital exclusion/digital poverty
Examines the types of audiences that might be excluded and why
Helps you understand who your digitally excluded audiences are
Offers ideas for reaching your digitally excluded audiences
Shows you how to measure the success and impact of your approach and actions
Who will benefit most from this session?
Those with some basic marketing knowledge and an understanding of their target audiences.
Christina is a marketing and audience development consultant with 20 years’ experience working in agency, in-house and consultancy positions.
Her experience spans larger organisations such as the Science Museum Group, Empire Cinemas and Museum of London; sector support and development organisations such as the Association of Independent Museums, SHARE Museums East and the AMA; and independent and smaller organisations including Jane Austen’s House, Stratford Circus Arts Centre, the Museum of Cambridge, American Library, Babylon Arts, Norwich Historic Churches Trust, and Ensemble Dance Co.
This webinar will help you define what ‘diversifying audiences’ means for your organisation. There is value in clarifying what diversity means. Approaches to and the understanding of ‘diversifying audiences’ are changing. It’s distinct from equality and inclusion.
Explores how diversifying your audiences impacts your whole organisation
Offers ideas on how to embed diversity and inclusion in your marketing
Provides practical tips to start diversifying your audience
Who will benefit most from this session?
This session is suitable for anyone that wants to diversify their audience. It would be useful to think about which missing audiences you want to prioritise / target before watching this webinar.
Mel is a Business Growth Coach & Consultant helping freelancers, entrepreneurs and cultural organisations to have a vision and strategies that get results. Her work has taken her across the world including across the Caribbean, across Russia, Australia, Eastern Europe and South Africa.
Her clients have included Arts Council England, Australian Arts Council and The British Council.
She is author of 'A Guide to working with Arts Ambassadors’ and co-author of 'Open Up: museums for everyone’.