The recession is bad for everyone. But is it worse for arts organizations? Yes and no. “We are in tough times in the arts just like everybody else,” says Russell Willis Taylor, CEO of National Arts Strategies. “Access to capital has always been difficult, and it’s not going to get easier. Even rich people don’t [...]
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March 27th, 2009 · 2 Comments · Entrepreneurs, Talents, Innovators
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Denise Caruso: The new face of advocacy: More innovation to address the shortcomings generated by innovation.
November 25th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Entrepreneurs, Entrepreneurs
Denise Caruso is famous, and definitely an industry icon – or rather a multi-industries icon. Yet, do we always know “well-known” people? No. The fact is that as we work ourselves like crazy, we often don’t have enough energy left to scope out the extent or the depth of the dedication that our friends put [...]
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