National Arts Marketing Project Newsletter
A number of variations on the classic social entrepreneurship model have blended traditional giving models with innovations from social entrepreneurship. Some of the most recognizable approaches include venture philanthropy, microlending, giving circles, and new online giving strategies.
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Trying to make sense of the avalanche of emerging technologies and how they can help you build for the future? Then the 2010 National Arts Marketing Project Conference is the place for you! New Tech. New Tools. New Times. presents the best in technology and audience engagement from November 12–15, 2010, in sunny San Jose.
Learn what innovations will drive our field forward from featured speakers like best-selling author Chip Heath, Susan Medak of Berkeley Repertory Theatre, and hotelier Chip Conley of Joie de Vivre. Make face-to-face connections with hundreds of colleagues during conference sessions, roundtables, and networking lunches.
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