Keynote speakers now online
Speakers will represent the arts and cultural sector, as well as from the wider commercial sector to share learning from different perspectives on the issues that matter most to arts and cultural professionals today.
What can we learn from their experiences and from the opportunities, challenges and ideas of the 500+ delegates? How can we capture the hearts, minds, and imaginations of the public over the coming months and years through thought-provoking, inspiring, and relevant marketing strategies, public engagement and communication campaigns?
After AMA conference 2012:
An enjoyable and motivating event in a beautiful setting. Well organised and professional. I wish my whole organisation could have attended so we could all be inspired in new ways. Thank you. I have been to many conferences over the years (mainly Private Sector) … Congratulations! This was the finest I have been to.
I felt it was very inspiring about leadership it was very refreshing to hear chief execs talk and I would like my Chief Exec to have attended too!
First AMA conference – loved the Twitter build up. It was lovely to meet people with that background in a great location which added to relaxed and welcoming environment. AMA staff very friendly and everything ran v. smoothly. On the strength of the conference, I plan to remain an AMA member even if I change role or type of organisation.
I was incredibly impressed with how well run the conference was. I feel I left the breakout sessions with lots of practical advice and found the keynote speeches enriching and inspiring.
Fantastic venue catering. Great facilities – at no point was I hungry. Lunch was brilliant and delicious. Faultless. Well done to the venue staff, I thought it was a brilliantly organised event venue staff. AMA staff were always on hand to help.
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