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Sponsoring the arts new business strategies for the 1990s

Mary Allen

Sponsoring the arts new business strategies for the 1990s

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by Mary Allen

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Published by Economist Intelligence Unit, Business International Corp in London, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English


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PRIORITY 2.

Statementby Mary Allen ; case studies and derectory compiled by Andrew Ward.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS (ONLINE)
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 121 p. ;
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1605747M
ISBN 100850583837
LC Control Number91142968

  Arts sponsorship: the slippery issue of ethics This article is more than 5 years old Yes, arts organisations need to be careful about who they take . There is nosuch tradition in Europe, but corporate sponsorship ofthe arts has been in place since the s (seeFrémion, ). This paper will discuss thedifferences and similarities between these two formsof business support to the arts and then concentrateprimarily on corporate by:

The nation’s nonprofit arts industry has been grappling with spiraling expenses and deficits in recent years. The combined annual deficit for orchestras grew from $ million in to $   The Most Active Sponsors Of The Performing Arts Bank of America maintains status as the most active sponsor of the performing arts. Bank of America Corp. is the most active sponsor of symphony orchestras, theater companies and other performing arts organizations with Wells Fargo & Co. in a close second, according to IEG research.

  Investors, bankers, friends, and family: These are the people we traditionally think of when we need to infuse money into a business. Here's a better way. of total sponsorship spending -- 5% compared to 69% in sports (IEG, ). As noted, the finan-cial services sector is the most active sponsor of arts and culture. A survey showed that banks are times more likely to sponsor the arts than the average of all sponsor categories (IEG, ).


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InWatts Waker and Jim Taylor called this upheaval a " year delta." [3] They claimed these major upheavals occur every 5 centuries. The sponsorship movement has also given birth to many new business practices. Terms such as arts marketing or event marketing did not even exist before the evolution of corporate sponsorship; today they are an accepted part of the advertising and marketing industries.

CONTENTS Acknowledgements. Chapter 1. Introduction. The evolution of sponsorship. sponsorship relative to profit driven sports sponsorship and shows that although arts sponsorship has been little researched, it is a potentially important means of marketing.

The methodology employed was a literature review on spon-sorship that attempted to distinguish arts sponsorship from sports sponsorship. Then, we present the findings from 23 in-depth interviews with arts sponsee Author: Giulio Toscani, Gerard Prendergast. The future of corporate sponsorship in the arts combines a historical framework with interviews with several large Dutch firms active in sponsoring the arts.

It focuses on the historic development of corporate art sponsorship in the United States and the Netherlands and proposes a toolkit with steps to be taken by cultural organizations based.

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So get comfy, grab your favorite beverage, and set to learning from the experts. Here are 7 brilliantly useful books to add to your business of art library: 1. Sponsorship describes the relationship between a company and an arts organisation or individual artist, where the sponsoring business pays a cash or in-kind fee for commercial benefits.

It goes beyond fundraising, to where a partnership develops between an arts organisation and a business. T he recent release of figures by Tate that showed its galleries received sponsorship worth £m (an average of £, a year) from oil giant BP between.

Americans for the Arts works to strengthen partnerships between the arts and businesses and foundations. Our programs build stronger private sector support for the arts and provide businesses and arts organizations with the services and resources necessary to develop and advance partnerships with the arts.

Through our research, including the Business Contributions to the Arts. The Corporate Sponsorship Toolkit is a recommended read for people who manage or create corporate sponsorships as it reviews the importance of brand, strategy, leverage, negotiating tactics and so much more/5(15).

(Schultz ). At the same time there is an opinion that business sponsorship is becoming more important as the public support decreases.

Sponsoring shall find new networks and new strategies in order to support the arts (UNESCO, ). Arts Sponsoring In cultural economics there have been few analysis why business sponsors arts institutions.

According to research, arts sponsorship in North America was expected to increase to $ billion in That would mark the first year that sponsorship in the arts Author: Henry Kurkowski.

9. Book or Concert Tours. You might be a rock band that wants to do a major tour but can’t afford it. Or an author who wants to tour the country to promote your new book. Some authors have recruited corporate sponsors to pay for their book tours. Why a Software Company Paid for an Entrepreneur’s PR Campaign.

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Boeing is a leader in arts funding in the community, using its financial resources and relationships to leverage further support for the arts.

It brings other business funders and foundations to the table, and serves as a catalyst for the creation of new arts activities and collaborations. InBoeing, in collaboration with Bank One, Kraft. THE BCA TEN: Best Companies Supporting the Arts Arts & Business Council of New York New York, New York Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island Providence, Rhode Island is a founding sponsor of 1st ACT Silicon Valley, a collaborative whose mission is to inspire leadership, participation, and investment at the intersection of art.

Sponsorship strategist Gail Bower, author of How to Jump-start Your Sponsorship Strategy in Tough Times, writes about corporate sponsorship and strategies to improve sponsorship results for nonprofit organizations, associations, destinations, festival producers and the corporations that sponsor them.

Individual philanthropy appeared to be all the rage. Rich people were often to be seen in both 10 and 11 Downing Street but the less flashy business sponsor did not get a look in. Business funds the arts for entirely different reasons to individuals; sponsorship is a business decision, not a philanthropic gesture.

You might ask if that matters. While the economic downturn has resulted in fewer companies making philanthropic contributions to the arts, those companies that have continued their support actually gave a slightly greater share of their charitable dollars, a new survey from the Business Committee for the Arts finds.

via Thanks to Margie Salvante, Executive Director of the Theatre Alliance of. Arts and Culture Standard Bank’s commitment to investing across the arts spectrum on the continent represents a year legacy and we are proud to provide ongoing support for a variety of key projects, which have evolved into highlights on the South African and African cultural calendar.

M Powered Strategies Inc., Washington, DC M Powered Strategies prioritizes the arts in engaging employees and the community. The firm has been a corporate sponsor for DC’s Shakespeare Theatre Company sinceand is the theater’s first and only “Accessibility Sponsor,” providing more than $, for hearing-impaired device maintenance and American Sign Language interpreted .Contact Michelle to reserve your place or check if your Arts Affiliate membership is up to date.

Dates for Thursday 27th February, pm – pm (Introduction to Sponsorship Skills) Friday 3rd April, POSTPONED (Improving and Developing Your Sponsorship Approach)* Friday 9th October, – am (Introduction to Sponsorship Skills).Book Description. Sponsorship of sports, arts or events can be a powerful form of marketing communication for businesses and organizations.

This book introduces the fundamentals of sponsorship-linked marketing, helping the reader to understand how sponsorship can be planned, executed and measured.