Priorities for the Italian Cultural Firms
AbstractStrategy and management are becoming priorities for the survival and growth of Italian Cultural Firms. After a decade of advantageous legislation – from several acts regarding cultural foundations to fiscal acts concerning tax incentives for private sponsors – Italian Cultural Firm are curious of Fundraising Techniques. Also through the analysis of some highlighted case histories, it will be explained of fundraising techniques for the Cultural Industry and of performances of the Italian Cultural Sector in raising private funds. Price marketing will be analyzed next to fundraising as strategies that both nourish assets and resources of the firm. Case histories will be suitable, both for visual and performing arts, in order to give evidence of what is happening on the Italian Stage.
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Date of creation: 27 Jul 2008
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strategy; management; marketing; fundraising; culture;
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