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New digital ways of navigating the massive Edinburgh Festivals’ listings delight!

With over 2,500 shows this summer, and the collective of different festival brochures weighing in at c. 5kg, I think new service Fringe Master may well help those struggling with the choice/language/quality assurance barrier!This concierge/personal shopper approach is being trialled at the Edinburgh Festivals this summer. Fringe Master sorts you out with an itinerary for […]

Box Office Blues? (Arts Professional article by Beth Aplin, AmbITion consultant)

Beth Aplin reveals eight things every chief executive should know about their ticketing system Are you getting the very best out of your ticketing system? With such an expensive and business critical piece of software it is obviously worthwhile putting some effort into maximising your return on investment. Ask yourself the following questions, and you […]

5 minute theatre, Timespan and Sadler’s Wells – all performing well online!

5pm 21.06.2011 – 5pm 22.06.2011: http://www.fiveminutetheatre.com – a virtual live theatre project powered by webcasting and standard Scottish bandwidth! Join the National Theatre Scotland’s 5th birthday celebrations, showing online 24 hours of live 5 minute pieces of theatre by anyone for everyone. Hannah’s other company Envirodigital have been the technical consultants, and producers. To provide […]

Interim Mini Case Study: Citizens Theatre

Alison Martin and Helen Black of Citizens Theatre talk cross organisational digital development with Hannah Rudman. Roger Tomlinson was their specialist advisor and and will be doing a webinar on CRM: Making IT work for you on 18th November.

Interim Mini Case Study: Giant

In conversation with Hannah Rudman, CEO of Giant Productions talks about their starting point for digital development. To include streamlining their office systems and improving their digital and marketing strategy online.

Getting Digital Webinar 2: Talking Online 25.03.10

Video: This webinar masterclass explores how organisations successfully talk online; why there needs to be different styles of writing; and what different online channels are for suitable for which messages. Occupancy Marketing will highlight some good and bad practices, then show you some Search Engine Optimisation tools that will help your messages stand out from the noise so that you can talk effectively online.