BECCA Europe’s goal is to get European cultural and creative projects financed and realised. We are experts in European funding and policy issues, as well as public and private fundraising at other levels. In our Creative Europe fundraising, we have a success rate of over 90%. We work across the cultural and creative sectors—film, performing arts, music, visual arts, heritage as well as new and emerging technologies—in both the private and public sectors. Recent clients include ESNS, Royal Libraries, PRS Foundation, OUTtv, Wintertuin, VR Days Europe and Ticketing Group. Many other organisations have benefited from our research, consultancy activities and trainings. We work closely with a broad network of partners to provide a complete solution for getting European creative projects up and running.
The Revels office
The Revels Office is a management consultancy for the arts specialising in commercial and audience development, offering an end-to-end solution from strategy to delivery.
Working at the intersection between culture and commerce, we advise arts organisations on how to make the best return from existing and new activities in order to reach audiences, unlock revenue and celebrate the value of the arts.
We specialise in match-making cultural and commercial organisations to take world-class live and digital cultural content out to new markets, coordinating integration of these initiatives across teams and strategies for effective collaboration, high impact and greater return.
Everything we do is inspired by a love of the arts, a knowledge of business, and a belief that culture and commerce have a lot to offer one another.
Recent clients of The Revels Office and it’s network of associate consultants include the UK Crafts Council, V&A Dundee, National Museum Wales, Arts Council Wales, Southwark Council, and Battersea Arts Centre.
The Revels Office is managed by Kate Rolfe who has held management roles at major UK institutions including the National Gallery and Natural History Museum.
Centrum Nalatenschappen helps cultural organisations and charities to be considered in the wills of donors/visitors. In addition, we also work as executors of charitable legacies and work with our clients to sort out the intricacies of bequests. Fundraising from legacies is a question of consistent promotion but has very good financial returns. With a fully developed communication programme it is possible to bring people in a sensitive and appropriate manner to think about a legacy gift to your organisation. Training is the first step in legacy promotion. Make contact with Henk de Graaf in the first instance to talk about promoting or administering bequests.
Impact Institute is a social enterprise. Our mission at Impact Institute is to empower organisations and individuals to realise the Impact Economy. We do this by creating a common language for impact through the publication of open source standards and by providing the tools, training, and services to implement those standards. We believe in the necessity to create a growing movement and involve institutions, organisations, professionals and consumers in the transition from a financial economy to an impact economy.
Some of our publications include a Framework for Impact Statements, Integrated Profit and Loss Assessment Methodology and the Global Impact Database.
We work across multiple sectors, amongst which the Public and Non Profit sectors, Financial Services, Energy and Utilities and Corporate sector. Among other clients, we have worked with Hivos, Fairtrade, ABN AMRO, Alliander and Tony’s Chocolonely.
Online Seminars: Beyond Survival
This Autumn, efesai is hosting a series of six online seminars about what the cultural sector must do right now to flourish in a world which has been changed by COVID-19.