The Benefits of Arts Partnerships for Business

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Partnering with the arts is commercially beneficial; it can help you reach new customers, enhance your brand and give you a competitive edge. The arts sector is also a valuable source of creativity, inspiration and innovation; and a path to securing and retaining engaged, creative and innovative employees.

As part of October Business Month, Creative Partnerships Australia presents The Benefits of Arts Partnerships for Business, to give NT business leaders insights and information on how the arts and business can work together for mutual benefit.

Join us as cultural strategist and partnerships expert Janine Collins moderates a short but action-packed panel session on successful strategies and business models for arts and business partnerships. She’ll lead a discussion with Darwin Festival CEO Emily Mann and NT Airports Northern Territory Airports CEO Ian Kew about what makes their eight year partnership a success; and the impact their partnership has had on both organisations.

Who it’s for:
Business leaders who want to learn more about the opportunities and value in partnering with local arts and cultural organisations.

What you’ll get:
A 90-minute, information-packed panel session on how business and the arts can work together for mutual benefit. There’ll be time to network with your peers and ask questions of the panelists.

Registration is free but essential.

This is event is presented in partnership with October Business Month and Adina Vibe Darwin.

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Darwin Festival 2017. Photo: Elise Derwin for Darwin Festival
When:
Monday 23 October 2017
Time:
9am – 12pm
Where:
Adina Vibe Hotel and Vibe Hotel, The Darwin Waterfront 7 Kitchener Drive, Darwin