As retail and visitor experience/engagement professionals, a vital part of our job is to make visitors feel welcomed and wanted while at the same time maximizing revenue. We ensure that our institutions are relevant and that each and every visitor understands their value and importance to us. The 2020 Museum Enterprise Conference gathers experts to lead a variety of unique sessions designed to educate attendees on best practices, encourage the sharing of ideas, and explore how we can work together. The program for MEC 2020 has been designed to help further develop your business/visitor experience and entrepreneurial skills that will help maximize the results of museum-based commercial activity in your institution. Please take a look at the following program and see how MEC 2020 will help you generate more money and deliver a higher level of visitor satisfaction!
This Year, Sarah Hill, Senior Consultant of Lord Cultural Resources, will be presenting on Saturday, January 25, 2020 about “Visitor Journey Mapping in Museums and Galleries”.Read More
Four nights | 10 Speakers | Hundreds of Ideas
At this free event you will hear from and engage with international leaders who have successfully implemented transformational change in other communities.
The series, part of a larger project that is aimed at developing the Brampton 2040 Plan to implementing the Brampton 2040 Vision, that followed extensive public engagement in the fall of 2017.
The Brampton 2040 Vision was endorsed by Council in May of 2018. Brampton 2040 depicts a more sustainable, urban, vibrant and economically successful direction for the City. Building upon the 2040 engagement process, the objective of these events is to share ideas with the community as to how we can move from vision to action.
Brad King, Vice President with Lord Cultural Resources, is speaking as part of series on February 5, 2020.Read More
Are you interested in learning more about opportunities to do science communications in museums?
Then don’t miss the seminar “Beyond media interviews: How museums provide powerful, creative opportunities to do science communications,” presented by York Science Communicator in Residence Patchen Barss.
The event will feature guest speaker Kathleen Brown, chief operating officer at Lord Cultural Resources, a global practice leader in cultural sector planning.
The seminar will be held on Thursday, Feb. 27, from 1 to 2:30 p.m.. in room 306 Lumbers Building, Keele Campus, York University. Space is limited and those interested in attending this event should RSVP by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join us in downtown Los Angeles in 2020 to explore the concept of 20/20 Vision. How do our actions and perspectives today shape the future? What can we learn from looking back? How can a clear and compelling vision shape a better tomorrow? Let’s explore how and why museums are the future.
This year, Kathleen Brown, will be moderating a session on "The Changing Landscape of Southern California Museums" onThursday, March 5th, 2020.
bridge to the future
Join us in San Francisco to envision how the world will be better because of the work museums do in coming decades. In this future, museums will ally with other sectors to address intractable social and economic problems–who will we work with, and how? The people who benefit from the work of museums will reflect the diversity of the communities museums serve. What will it take to make that aspiration come true? And on this journey through time, we will explore the challenges that will face museums along the way. Who will visit museums and what kind of experience will they expect? What financial models will museums use to sustain their work? How will philanthropy become more equitable and inclusive?
Hindsight is 2020, so journey with us to the future to look back on the many paths museums will take to achieve success.Read More