Join an exclusive gathering of arts leaders for an afternoon of knowledge sharing and best practice.
- sponsored by Yesplan.
As venues are challenged by funding cuts and the continual need to find new revenue streams, we look at how you can drive efficiency to reduce costs and be creative in the pursuit of additional revenue. During this FREE to attend session you’ll hear from expert speakers on these challenges and how arts organisations are working to address them with practical solutions.
Places are strictly limited to 30 people so make sure you book early.
1.00 PM Tea and coffee
1.30 PM Welcome to The Lighthouse and set the scene
1.40 PM The secret to maximising your earned income - Keynote Speaker David Reece
2.10 PM Joining up - Speaker Ken Paul
2.40 PM Break
3.00 PM There's always a better deal - Speaker Andrew Thomas
3.30 PM Perceived Added Value - Speaker Andy Sheppard
4.00 PM Q&A session
4.30 PM Drinks and networking
David Reece is responsible for developing the company’s consulting offers and managing the company’s consultancy projects. Since joining Baker Richards in 2009, he has gained extensive experience in handling a wide range of projects for performing arts venues, museums and visitor attractions, including National Theatre, Royal Academy of Arts and English Heritage.
Through a combination of insightful data analysis, innovative primary research and strategic development, David works with organisations to optimise their earned income strategy, focusing primarily on ticket pricing and membership. Recently, David has developed an inventive application of conjoint analysis to establish price elasticity for cultural events and membership packages, allowing organisations to understand what different markets are willing-to-pay for the value of what they have to offer and consequently the optimal strategy designed to meet their overall objectives.
-LinkedIn: David Reece
Andy joined the Mary Rose Trust in 2019, moving literally a mile up the road from the New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth, where she helped to re-establish the venue, after a long period of closure for major building work.
After starting with a career in Advertising and Print, Andy has worked extensively in Arts and Culture across the South of England in differing venues from large scale commercial theatre and various differing sizes of arts centres. Although this is her first role within the Museum sector, it appears that the aims and objectives are all the same.