Webinars

Join us online for our series of free webinars exploring the latest ideas and themes shaping the cultural enterprise landscape, with experts in their field. Submit questions in advance, or ask during the live Q&A. Register to find out more.

Road Map to Re-Opening

Free webinars with panels of expert guests looking at running cultural enterprises and how to re-open in a Covid-19 world. Duration 1 hour.

Next Sessions

Friday 24 July, 11am
Road Map to Re-Opening: Catering
Tonic London, hospitality and restaurant consultancy, share a specially commissioned presentation on how in-house catering can re-open and trade in the new environment
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TBC Road Map to Re-Opening: Events & Hire

Are there other subjects you would like us to cover? Let us know via info@culturalenterprises.org.uk

Previous Sessions

10 July
Road Map to Re-Opening: Mental Health
Vicki Cockman, Workplace Lead at Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England CIC, Dr Beverley Flint, chartered clinical psychologist, and Head of Business Partnership C&I Wellbeing NHS, Tara Parashar, founder at Tara Maitrī, mindful social media marketing
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26 June
Road Map to Re-Opening: A Green & Sustainable Recovery?
Gaynor Humphrey, Director of Best Years, Victor Oliveira, Director of Merchandising, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem Massachusetts; Chris Snow, Head of Support Services, National Theatre
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19 June
Road Map to Re-Opening: Trading While Keeping Customers and Staff Safe
Grainne Kelliher, CEO Airfield Estate Dublin; Bruce Ritchie, Head of Business Operations, Edinburgh Zoo RZSS, and board member of ASVA; Paul Griffiths, Director of Painshill Park
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12 June
Road Map to Re-Opening: eCommerce during and after lockdown
Liam Darbon, Head of Sales & eCommerce, Tate; Emma Roberts, eCommerce Champion, Digital Culture Network; Natasha Troitino, Head of Retail, Historic Environment Scotland
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5 June
Road Map to Re-Opening: The Tourism View
Ruth Andrews, CEO, Association of Visitor Experience and Attractions (AVEA- Ireland); Bernard Donoghue, CEO, Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA); Gordon Morrison, CEO, Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions (ASVA)
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Members Question Time

Free webinars in which leaders in the arts and heritage sector answer your questions. Duration 1 hour.

Next Session

Date TBC
Caroline Brown, Head of Commercial Services, British Library

Future Sessions

Coming soon…

Previous Sessions

9 June – Leading on the Covid 19 Response for the V&A
Tim Reeve, Deputy Director & Chief Operating Officer, V&A
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28 May – Failing Fast, and Pleasing People: Moving Forward from Lockdown  
Rod Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, Royal Armouries Museum
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14 May – Lockdown: A Director’s View
Iain Watson
Director, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
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7 May – Commercial Opportunities in Lockdown
Lycia Lobo, Commercial Director, English Heritage
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30 April – Commercial Operations in Lockdown
Julie Molloy, Managing Director, National Gallery Company
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16 April – Legal Q&A
Anthony Misquitta, Consultant Solicitor, Keystone Law 
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2 April – General Q&A
Jill Fenwick, Managing Director, Association for Cultural Enterprises
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