The Business of Culture – Keynotes

We finally have the videos of the keynotes from MA14.

For those out there who missed the conference the theme was ‘The Business of Culture’ and focused on the ways museums can use the language and tools of business and entrepreneurship to ensure their survival without losing their cultural soul.

First up Kate Clark, Heritage Consultant talks about Competition, Cooperation and Community.

Next we have Laura Wright, the CEO of Tate Enterprises discussing Revenue.

Our final keynote of the conference was Ganesh Nana, Chief Economist at BERL and his talk on Proving our Value.

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