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Cultural Enterprises Conference 24-27 May 2021
The Cultural Enterprises Conference 2021 is now open for booking. Bringing the sector together again, this time on our dynamic and intuitive digital platform on 24 – 27 May 2021.
Including a personalised experience, interactive Trade Show, live conversations and networking events.
Survive and Thrive
Become a member, and everyone in your organisation can access member benefits
We’ll help you through Covid-19 and beyond
Events and Resources
Our online Masterclasses and workshops are designed to help you and your teams navigate the new normal and boost income for your organisation at this critical time.
Bookings are now open for the Cultural Enterprises Digital Conference on 24-27 May, bringing the sector together for four days of practical learning and live networking.
Virtual Talking Forums
These free events are a great opportunity to network with colleagues across the sector, sharing knowledge and best practice. Regional, national and topic-based groups available.
The Cultural Enterprises Mentoring Programme 2021 is now open for applications from members only. Places will be awarded to six mentees and six mentors for twelve months.
An online training resource, free for all Membership Plus organisations, or available to buy individually for a small charge.
Courses on Income Generation
Featuring experts in the sector
Courses cover key areas in revenue generation including retail, ecommerce and publishing. Coming soon: catering, events & hire, PR, digital skills, marketing, and many more.
The Cultural Enterprises Podcast features interviews, expert advice, case studies and experience from key figures across the cultural sector. Series 1 and 2 are available to listen to now.
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