In the European network on cultural management and policy (ENCATC), one can find a very interesting resource. It is a series of interview with young cultural entrepreneurs. They speak about their challenges and aspirations, share tips and strategies. The interviewees are from all around the world with a focus on Europe. Great source of inspiration!
I recently found an article at the Leadership (a Nigerian newspaper) entitled "How Absence Of Credible Entrepreneurs Ruins Cultural Goods" which explains how a post-colonial trade habit in Nigeria diminishes the revenues from cultural goods as the traders are not credible entrepreneurs. It makes reference to a paper presentation titled, “Cultural Entrepreneurship Development in Nigeria’, … Continue reading How credible entrepreneurs affect cultural goods
Interview with Mark Sandiford, Executive Director, Culture PEI, Canada When I first heard about Culture PEI it was due to a Cultural Entrepreneurship Intern position which I found so interesting because I had never seen one before in cultural organizations. I then decided to publish an article about this position entitled “Cultural Entrepreneurship Intern Job … Continue reading Supporting cultural enterprise in Canada