Advocates of the AMA’s work within the cultural sector
Cause4 is an award-winning social enterprise, empowering charities and organisations to thrive and grow. We create business plans and fundraising strategies, generate new ideas and launch major projects that inspire positive change. We connect marketing and fundraising, harnessing the talent of diverse, creative teams. Our effective learning programmes and partnership working models develop resilience across the sector, unlocking the fundraising potential of the arts. As partners in the Arts Council England funded Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Programme, we’re delighted to be part of this year’s AMA conference, and look forward to supporting delegates to explore new ways of maximizing opportunities.
The Family Arts Campaign is a strong supporter of the AMA and the opportunities it brings to the cultural sector to engage new and diverse audiences. The AMA are part of the Family Arts Campaign’s consortium and help provide input and support to engage more families in arts and culture.
The AMA conference is a fantastic way to find out about the latest initiatives, sharpen your cultural offer and create connections with like-minded thinkers, marketers and leaders in the sector.
For more advice and support on family and intergenerational engagement within your organisation, you can register for the free Family Arts Standards and Age Friendly Standards and follow us on social media @Familyarts1
We’ve been generating audiences for the arts for 25 years. And since 1997 we’ve attended every AMA conference because they are inspiring, educational, fun, and by far and away the most important UK events for arts marketing ideas and people. Well done team AMA!
Impact Marketing is a skilled team of people working with passion and creativity to help you engage your audience. Our specialist marketing services include Video Production, Outdoor Promotions and Print Display.
Indigo-Ltd is a long-standing advocate of the AMA. We’re passionate about empowering people to understand more about audiences and donors, and to help our client partners to connect with them in relevant ways – for both the individual and the organisation.
At a point in history when it’s never been more important to make sense of the multiple and overwhelming sources of data and feedback that donors and audiences can give – or to understand whatever unconscious bias might exist in our minds and organisations that create barriers to audience engagement - the conference will give us all a bit of space to reflect and feel reenergised.
We look forward to catching up with old friends – and making new ones!
As one of the leading marketing, media and communications agencies in the UK Target Live has always been a proud supporter of the AMA; from sending members of the team to training courses and conferences to being a proud sponsor of the Journal of Arts Marketing. The AMA is a key part of the Arts Marketing ecology and is essential in ensuring that the sector learns and thrives together – we look forward to working together for many more years to come.