We enable individuals, groups and communities to make the most of their opportunities in the cultural sector

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Sure, but what do we actually do?



What makes us different?

Crucially, we’re a not-for-profit organisation and all our surplus income is ploughed straight back into the cultural sector either by subsidising the cost of our services for less well-resourced businesses or providing financial support for businesses or projects.

Our not-for-profit status means that we can put our clients first, focusing on making a positive contribution to them and the cultural sector more widely, rather than chasing profits for shareholders.

The quality of service we offer is key: we don’t have swanky offices, invite our clients to corporate hospitality or drive flashy company cars. All our staff are paid sensibly, in line with others in the cultural sector.

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Anything else?

We make a commitment to all our clients that we will always:

  • Act professionally and discreetly

  • Agree clear deadlines for work and provide regular progress updates

  • Treat our clients equally

  • Be fair in everything we do

  • Welcome feedback and strive to deliver the best possible service