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ArtTUESDAYS/MIAMI PRESENTS ARTS & BUSINESS: PARTNERSHIPS THAT WORK

Posted By Josie Gulliksen
March 10, 2014 at 1:45 PM

ArtTUESDAYS/MIAMI PRESENTS ARTS & BUSINESS: PARTNERSHIPS THAT WORK
Knowing that forging and maintaining long-term partnerships is vital to the survival of arts organizations, the next presentation of ArtTuesdays/Miami on March 11 at Books & Books, 265 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables, sheds some light on the issue with a moderated panel discussion on Partnerships that Work.
A 2013 study conducted by Americans for the Arts found that corporate giving increased by 18 percent and that companies partner with the arts to build market share, enhance their brand, provide networking opportunities and engage their employees to strengthen quality of life in their community.
The panel, developed by the Arts & Business Council, features: 

Moderator Noelle A. Galperin, a senior strategy & marketing consultant with 20 years of operational marketing and general management experience. 

Panelists:

Janet Kyle Altman, Marketing Principal for the Kaufman Rossin Group, which includes Kaufman Rossin, the fastest growing CPA firm in the country, and its award-winning fund administrator affiliate Kaufman Rossin Fund Services. 

Laura Bruney, Executive Director of the Arts & Business Council, which under her leadership has been an effective catalyst for building working partnerships between the corporate & cultural communities for almost 30 years.

Etain Connor, Managing Partner of High Tides Initiatives with vast experience in development and philanthropy and multi-disciplinary experience in small to large to start up to mature organizations. 

Daniel Novela, founder of Novela Law, a transactional law firm specializing in complex domestic and international business transactions, real estate and entertainment law. 

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