Know Your Value, Venue will be confirmed when a new date is fixed, Tuesday, 23. March 2021
About this Event
Please note that this event was originally scheduled for Monday 23rd March but it has been postponed due to government advice about the coronavirus situation. We will reschedule if we can and will update this listing with a new date and venue when we have that information.
Whatever work you do in the cultural sector, do you know its value?
This session will introduce a tool that can help you to be clear about what you offer and the value that this creates for others. We will also look at how this can help you to develop a more sustainable income, whether you are applying for funding, applying for commissions, offering services to customers or selling your work.
The workshop is delivered by Mark Cotton of Mark Cotton Consultancy.
This event is free to attend. Booking is essential.
Note that this session is preceded by another workshop in the morning, called "Crafting Your Business Model". We recommend that you attend both workshops but that's not essential. If you do attend for the whole day, please bring lunch with you.
If you are successful in obtaining a place and, due to unforeseen circumstances, you are unable to attend, please let us know as soon as possible by emailing email or cancelling your place via Eventbrite. This is because we will have others on a waiting list who would like to take your place. If you do not let us know, this will disadvantage someone else.
About the trainer:
Mark Cotton is an independent business development consultant and founder of Mark Cotton Consultancy.
Mark specialises in providing a range of consultancy services to the social enterprise and charity sector, covering areas such as visioning and strategy development, business planning and financial modelling, fundraising and investment readiness, social impact measurement and business mentoring.
Working with mission driven organisations and socially and environmentally impactful businesses Mark Cotton Consultancy provides a flexible, solutions focused, bespoke approach to business development which is tailored to client’s individual needs.
Working in partnership with other organisations Mark is currently Social Investment Fund Manager for Devon Community Foundation, Social Investment Consultant for Somerset Community Foundation, Associate Consultant with impact investors Resonance Ltd and is a Business Adviser for Dartington School for Social Entrepreneurs.
Mark is also Chair of Cosmic, a social enterprise and digital skills agency based in Devon, Chair of Kaleider, an Exeter based arts production studio and a trustee of KARST, Plymouth’s largest independent contemporary visual arts organisation.
Mark Cotton Consultancy: 07801 430988, email, www.markcotton.net