Articles tagged with ‘arts’

  1. Data for Sale?

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 10th March 2010

    The news breaking this afternoon that T-Mobile staff sold customer information on the open market doesn’t surprise me in the least. It’s a sad fact of human nature that someone will exploit a security loophole for personal gain if it exists, particularly as the ‘going rate’ for selling such data is very high. In this case the data was purchased and used by a rival mobile phone firm in ...

  2. Can the arts survive in a beta world?

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 5th January 2010

    Every so often you go to a conference and something said by a speaker becomes a worm in your head. It turns, challenges, probes and just won’t go away. So it was for me at the Arts Marketing Association Conference this summer where Ed Sanders, Marketing Director for Google and YouTube, was talking about his experiences of working with arts organisations on the YouTube Symphony Orchestra proj...

  3. This is what the future looks like for us all

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 20th May 2010

    So, we have a new Government with an unusual blue/yellow hue (at Indigo we’re wondering if that really makes them a green coalition?). We also have a new programme for government. Anyway, here’s what they’ve committed to thus far in our sector : CULTURE, OLYMPICS, MEDIA AND SPORT The Government believes that a vibrant cultural, media and sporting sector is crucial for our w...

  4. What's it worth? Bribery in the Arts

    Posted by Sarah Gee - partner on 25th August 2011

    Now, you’re probably reading this and thinking “Fat chance that this will apply to me”. After all, when was the last time you heard of an arts manager being ‘bought’ – there’s hardly going to be a betting scam on the curtain down time of One Man, Two Guvnors at the National, is there? Well, think again. The UK Bribery Act, which came into force on 1st July, asks all companies to...