Strategy and business development for the creative industries
Strategy and revenue development for creative sector organisations is our sweet spot. We advise and support leaders, boards and revenue generators in planning, executing and funding exceptional work.
Our mission is to make sure the great art and creativity in Australia is produced by strategic, sure-footed and sustainable organisations and practices.
An experienced cultural sector executive, strategist, consultant & business development practitioner.
With more than 17 years senior executive experience in cultural organisations, Caroline has developed corporate & business unit strategy placing creativity at the heart of revenue growth.
With a MBA (MGSM) and degrees in music and musicology, Caroline understands the dual drivers of creative industries businesses.
The Frame Blog
My journey to the role of chief executive officer and steward of the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra — a 71-year-old Tasmanian icon — started as a subscriber to the TSO with my Mum, and as a graduating student of the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music. To all of you,...
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If you’re an independent artist or small company, there are a lot of expectations to live up to at performances and events. Not only do you have to give a dazzling performance or speech, you also need to ‘work the room’ – that terrible way of describing the networking that makes guests feel welcome and important to your practice. Here are some helpful ways to get in and out of conversations, keep yourself moving and share your presence with as many guests as possible.