Association for Cultural Enterprises Study Day – Retail for Smaller Venues – Edinburgh: 23 April
Good retail rests on four basic pillars of best practice: Buying, Finance, Display and Shop Floor Skills. This day will introduce smaller and less experienced venues to these concepts.
The four pillars of retail wisdom form the infrastructure for a successful operation. Once learned and put into practice, the information taken from this event will enable museum teams and volunteers to run an attractive, efficient and profitable enterprise.
A full Programme for this event can be downloaded here Smaller Retail Details
Speakers for the day are
- Jane Temperley (ACE) : Retail finance
- Jill Fenwick (ACE): Understanding your customer
- Matthew Williams (Glasgow University Retail): Effective buying
- Arantxa Garcia (Historic Scotland); Display and visual merchandising
- Gemma Tully (Saffron Walden Museum): Success at Saffron Walden – a case study
This event is designed for those running shops in small-medium sized venues. The content is structured so as to equip delegates with skills that will really affect their bottom line.
Bursaries for appropriate organisations are available on application by email to email@example.com
Applications must be received no later than Monday 13th April. Please state briefly why you wish to apply for a bursary. Bursaries are limited to one place per organisation.
This study day will take place at National Galleries Scotland in Edinburgh and you will find directions to the venue HERE