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New Arrival to the hub Team

the hub is pleased to welcome Tom Hubmann to our dynamic, entrepreneurial and creative team of arts practitioners. He will take up the role of Digital Hubster, focusing in on the five main areas of the hub?s work: research, consultancy, skills development, live events and digital projects and will be raising the hubs digital profile […]Read More

Getmytickets.co.uk – Dummy Season Now On!

Festival Update We are pleased to inform you that getmytickets.co.uk is now well into its three week ?Dummy Festival Season?. This will run until January 9th, 2008 enabling us to trial the site as if it were fully operational. Working with five festivals from around the UK, we have populated getmytickets.co.uk with out-of-date or fake […]Read More

Festivals Box Office Internship

the hub is leading a programme of consultation and research, funded by Arts Council England, into developing an online box office service and marketing training programme especially for voluntary sector festivals, to be launched in 2008. To do this we are working in partnership with the Association of Festival Organisers (AFO) and the British Arts […]Read More

Help us to grow festival audiences?

the hub is leading a programme of consultation and research, funded by Arts Council England, into developing an online box office service and marketing training programme especially for voluntary sector festivals, to be launched in 2008. To do this we are working in partnership with the Association of Festival Organisers (AFO) and the British Arts […]Read More

Marketing Job Opportunity

Marketing and Digital Projects ?hubster?* Salary: £22k the hub is an entrepreneurial arts and creative enterprise development practice. We bring together a team of highly skilled and industry-savvy practitioners. Our work divides into five areas: we produce live events and digital projects; we?re researchers; we act as consultants; and we work as trainers. We work […]Read More