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Book your place on the TEG Economics of Touring Exhibitions Workshop:
The British Library, 96 Euston Road, London,NE1 2DB
Friday 6 December 2019 from 10:00 to 16:30
This one-day workshop explores the economic and partnership models that organisations can employ to tour and develop partnership exhibitions in the UK, drawing from case studies and examples of good practice.
Workshop attendees will be given first-access to TEG's updated 'Funding for Touring' resource, which identifies a wide range of public and private sector funding sources for touring and partnership activity.
It is an interactive session, based on problem solving and discussion, covering:
·         The range of ways to structure a touring programme

·         The benefits of adopting a strategic approach to touring

·         How to build a consortium of venues to work with and find partners

·         Budgeting

·         Fundraising

·         Sustainable touring

The workshop is delivered by a TEG trainer.
For more information or to book visit: https://economics-of-touring.eventbrite.co.uk/
Charlotte DewProfessional Development ManagerTouring Exhibitions GroupTel: 0776 1650082

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