Making the digital budget count

On 5th November IT4Arts will be hosting a workshop on Making the digital budget count. Every organisation needs to maximise the effectiveness of its expenditures to meet its goals, be they simply financial, more qualitative or even ephemeral. This is particularly complex in the arts world where outcomes can’t be measured only in a ledger. However, there are strategies and mechanisms to address some of the challenges of digital spend management in a today’s rapidly changing environments.

We have brought together a mix of five outstanding presenters to cover a range of topics with a common theme of maximising the effectiveness of your digital budget. There will also be a breakout session giving you a chance to discuss the themes with your peers. So this is a not-to-be-missed IT4Arts event on topics not covered before.

Themes will include:

  • Social Media and Analytics
  • Assessing ROI and ways to improve what metrics are available
  • How to manage the budget across changing platform trends and audience demographics

When: Thursday 5th November 2015, starting at 10.00am, ending at 4.30pm.

Where: Shakespeare’s Globe, Bankside, London SE10.

Videos of the talks are available on a playlist of the WCIT’s YouTube channel here.

Our Speakers & Their Topics
More About The Event

RSVP: Numbers are limited. Please reply by emailing the IT4Arts chair martin.black@penmanblack.com. This workshop is only open to people who work at IT4Arts member arts and cultural organisations.

Joining Insturctions: will be sent out about a week before the event

  • Category: Previous Workshops
  • Date: November 5, 2015