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The rise and rise of the post-war and contemporary art market over the past fifteen years - an assessment - by Anthony McNerney, Director of Contemporary Art at Gurr Johns.
How to inspire and engage your employees when working remotely
How can the heritage sector adapt and thrive in a digital age?
Managing a remote team can feel overwhelming at first but is a pretty rewarding process. Here are some key considerations in becoming a better, more flexible, manager as well as a future-ready one.
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Uncertainty? For sure…but the outlook isn’t all gloom.
How effective preparation can help mitigate costly planning delays.
Our recent research shows the top heritage sector concerns are the impact of a major fire, attracting wider audiences and rising costs.
The Ecclesiastical Heritage Index (EHI) is the first of its kind and is exclusive to Ecclesiastical customers. It tracks the cost of materials and labour associated specifically with buildings of a traditional construction reducing the risk of underinsurance.
Diversification is a great way for heritage organisations to stay relevant, generate additional income and appeal to new audiences.
Considerations of looking after a heritage building.
Our top five tips for talking insurance with this tech-savvy, tough-to-please generation