A summary of the BRICK themes. Laura Norris, Hannah Southgate and Sophie Coyle from PRT give their top five tips on Governance, Visioning, Digital Innovation, Business Planning and Fundraising.
Communications Director Jess Ratty discusses the available tools to help you raise funds for your projects online and how to use them, with a particular focus on crowdfunding.
Michael Cashman from Far Post Design talks about what is digital interpretation, and how can it be used in the heritage environment.
Katie works at Hastings Pier Charity as a Operations and Marketing Assistant. Here she talks about how to build a website for your project.
Oliver Mochizuki is the co-founder of ‘fundsurfer’. In this presentation he talks about how to crowdfund and the best techniques to use to fund raise for your project.
Claire Mykura from the Prince’s Regeneration Trust presents an introduction to social media and what the first steps are. Claire talks about the main sources of social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Noami Sesay explains how to tell a digital story that captures the attention of your audience. Part of the Digital Innovation breakout session on day two of the conference.
Community-led heritage projects work best when you have good relationships with all those involved in the development. Commonplace explain the key steps of your campaign and how to get the word out using a range of digital and marketing tools. Part of the Digital Innovation breakout session on day two of the conference.
Biljana Savic from The Prince’s Regeneration Trust on effective community engagement and how it can help your heritage regeneration project.
Oliver Mochizuki, CEO of Fundsurfer, on the first steps you need to take to ensure that your crowdfunding campaign is successful.