Posts tagged arts advocacy
Babes in Start-Up Land.

Lean start-up culture seems to assume that every business is hunting for expansion capital. This may well be true. However, my experience in this space has been that for me, and for many other female social entrepreneurs, finding start-up capital or seed funding is more important and more difficult than financing the next big ‘growth spurt’.

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Death by Digi

In our dim, dark past it was said that video killed the radio star, but in the digital age it’s horribly unclear who exactly has killed whom. That said, it’s pretty clear that something is rotten in the state of local, original music.

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Why the arts ARE a social enterprise.

Before the days where ‘innovation’ was a buzz word, every fledgling small business was a ‘start-up’ and we all needed to ‘pitch’ our ideas at ‘investors’ – the arts were changing the world, and in a very similar way.

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The first Howl from The Pack Australia

In an era where we're starting to talk about 'buying local' for everything from our groceries and cleaning products to our clothing - shouldn't the same consideration apply to our music?

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