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University of Cambridge > Talks.cam > Academy of Ancient Music arts fundraising workshops at the Judge Business School > ‘What have we got to sell?’: creating and communicating an inspiring fundraising story -- a workshop with Sir Clive Gillinson and friends
‘What have we got to sell?’: creating and communicating an inspiring fundraising story -- a workshop with Sir Clive Gillinson and friends
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Simon Fairclough.
The Academy of Ancient Music is curating a series of three day-long workshops at the Judge Business School, Cambridge for arts organisations seeking to diversify their income streams and attract greater levels of funding from private sources.The first, on 20 February, will focus on how to tell an inspiring story about why donors and funders should offer their support. It will include:
Other speakers will include Jeremy Newton (Judge Business School Arts & Culture Fellow) and members of the Academy of Ancient Music’s senior management team.
Spaces are limited, so booking is essential. The workshop is funded by the Academy of Ancient Music, but a £10 contribution is requested towards the cost of buffet lunch.Booking and more information…
This talk is part of the Academy of Ancient Music arts fundraising workshops at the Judge Business School series.
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