Getting to Know You

Multiple factors influence how you do business: capacity, staffing, patrons, demographics, location, competitors, and history are only the beginning of what we consider. First and foremost, we want to understand you and your unique challenges.

At the same time, we know that you share similarities with other venues and can benefit from industry best practices. Through the years, we’ve found that most venues fall into one of three categories.

Which one do you identify with most?

 

Established Venue

You Have

  • Been in existence for 20 or more years
  • Full-time and part-time staff
  • Consistent sales and a professional series with a record of success

We Can Help

  • Find ways to cut costs
  • Improve audience participation
  • Create new buzz

Existing Venue

You Have

  • Been in existence for 10 to 20 years
  • Limited staff
  • A professional series with modest success and sales

We Can Help

  • Negotiate better contracts
  • Grow your audience
  • Increase profits

Emerging Venue

You Have

  • Been in existence for less than 10 years, or are in the concept/building process
  • Limited public awareness or brand
  • Opportunity to strengthen your program offerings

We Can Help

  • Develop funding sources
  • Negotiate and book a season while containing costs
  • Build a loyal audience