30th November 2017

Doing things with data: building resilience and audiences

In association with Spektrix. (Please visit the Spektrix website to book your place.)

This free one-day event will bust the myths that data is difficult, and show you why data-driven decision-making will help your teams make the right decisions to develop audiences, build resilience, and increase revenue.

Data is important for cultural organisations, but how well are we using it in our organisations? Without proper understanding of your data you are, at most, taking a stab in the dark. During this day of talks and workshops, learn how data can empower your teams and arts organisation, helping you better understand your audiences.

The Spektrix team, thrive (formerly Audiences NI), and your cultural sector peers will be on-hand to share case-studies, answer questions, and discuss how we can be better equipped to meet the challenges of the current arts economy.

Plus, after 4pm, we’ll round off the day with a drink and networking with your peers.

Who is it for? 

This event is free for organisations in the arts, culture and heritage sector. The content will be relevant for small non-ticketed organisations, right up to larger venues.

If you have any dietary or accessibility requirements please Joanne at hello@spektrix.com

Book Now

Visit the Spektrix website to book your place.

Event Information

Data is important for cultural organisations. But what does that actually mean? How exactly do you find out about your audiences, and how can you make sense of that information?

  • Date:

    Thursday 30 November 2017

  • Time:

    11:00 - 16:00

  • Cost:


  • Venue:

    The Mac 10 Exchange St West, Belfast, BT1 2NJ

  • Accessibilty

    Contact hello@spektrix.com for access requirements.

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