Issue 246: Diversity , Issue 246: 2011 Ticketing & Technology

  • Diversity, 2011 Ticketing & Technology

    12 Dec 2011

    Innovation funding needs to meet the specific needs of cultural organisations and that isn’t always about creating something radical and new, says Hannah Rudman

    In a country with a deficit as bad as it was in 1945 after Britain had endured six years of world war, it is not surprising that innovation is seen as an essential component of helping Britain regain economic stability and achieve growth. Government and its arms-length agencies are investing heavily in innovation, hoping to unleash radical, transformatory creations. The nation’s universities are incentivised to innovate jointly with private and publicly funded businesses. NESTA’s... more

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