How to Make Sure Your Startup Keeps Innovating This Elite Business article shares ideas on how to avoid becoming a one-hit wonder through a culture of innovation. One of the suggestions comes from Cause4’s CEO, Michelle Wright, who adds: “For instance, we create time for employees to write blogs because it’s a natural way for them to think […]
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Management strategies: surviving the early years In this article, Natwest Content Live discusses ways to survive the first years of starting your own business. ‘Around half of all UK start-ups fail in the first five years, while 64% are hit with unexpected costs in the first year alone. We look at ways that businesses can […]
Press Release: Digital Theatre Theatres creating potentially controversial work can now receive training on how to handle sensitive subjects, as part of a new scheme from the Index on Censorship. Funded by Arts Council England and created in partnership with arts advocacy group What Next? and social enterprise Cause4, the support scheme is aimed at […]
As the year draws to a close, we are delighted to share our Winter Newsletter with you, with some of our highlights of the year, and news of what to look out for in 2018.
Becoming a charity trustee isn’t just for people who’ve been there, done that. It could help younger people get a leg up the career ladder.
Michelle offers her advice for getting the right hire in your organisation.
Michelle adds her idea to Just Average Jen’s ways to help charities this Christmas
Risks, Rights and Reputations is led by Index on Censorship in partnership with What Next? and Cause4. This vital half day training for CEOs and Chairs of Trustees supports arts and cultural organisations to handle difficult subjects and sensitive stories to deliver the best work possible. Navigating the rights and responsibilities of art that explores […]