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"I always wanted to work in marketing an arts organisation and Honens seemed to be the right place to help me fulfill this goal. Having overseas work experience, my Marketing Associate position has helped me develop new relationships in the Canadian market. As an intern I am learning more and more about the communications field. It's all part of the growth I need to have a great career in the arts!" - Janet Bwititi, Marketing Associate, Honens At the top of the news this month is the announcement from HRSDC that Career Focus is being renewed. CHRC will be applying to the program to administer a portion of it on ...
is an arms-length funding agency that provides grants, programs and services to individuals and groups whose activities have an impact on the arts and the people of Saskatchewan . Established by the Government of Saskatchewan in 1948, it was the first agency of its kind in Canada. The professional and management staff of the Arts Board provides consultation services in a variety of areas including community and organizational development, research, information, advocacy and communications. In addition, the Arts Board is involved in a number of partnerships and co-operative arrangements with like-minded organizations and manages ...
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Art+Business – I want that love child.
For artists  ‘business’ is a bad dirty word -it’s quite a taboo subject for some.  So let’s talk dirty – let’s do something naughty, let’s  just do it -  we’re going to create the the love child of Art + Business.  Oh yeah. Everyone is a business, whether you like it or not. You earn money you have expenses money comes in and goes out and hopefully at the end of the day there’s a little bit left over for savings and rrsps and ice cream. I’ve been busy reading the usual creative + entrepreneurial blogs: The 99% , GigaOm , TechCruch , FastCompany, and  following up on ... market research, surveys and trends
Recession Hammers Cultural Sector, Study Reports
“The global recession is expected to reduce revenues for cultural enterprises by approximately $3.1 billion in 2009″. This is one of the findings of “The Effect of the Global Economic Recession on Canada’s Creative Economy in 2009″, a report prepared by The Conference Board of Canada for the Cultural Human Resources Council (CHRC) that measures the impact of the current recession on the cultural sector. Traditional culture sector revenue streams such as business advertising, endowments, and municipal funding have been eroded due to the weak economy and the steep decline in stock markets. Cultural ... market research, surveys and trends

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This guide has been designed to help you navigate through the different government programs, services and regulations and identify those of interest to potential entrepreneurs wishing to start an artisan or crafts business. Starting a business can be a rewarding undertaking, but it comes with its challenges. Before starting a business in Ontario, it is wise to do your research. There are several issues to consider such as regulations, financing, and taxation, managing your business, advertising and much more. It is essential that you know who your customers are, what they need or want, and how to reach them. You should have ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Support and Promote Canadian Art and Culture | Facebook
This is a call to action. Just think what culture produces: wine, yogurt and ART! Write all those elected MPs and candidates and request that the Arts programs be reinstated and enhanced.. OH, WE CANNOT STOP THERE... from Friends of Canadian Broadcasting: "I believe that Canada's media and communications companies should be effectively owned and controlled by Canadians as specified in the Broadcasting and Telecommunications Acts. I am greatly concerned that the government has overturned a... (read more) Privacy Type: Open: All content is public. News: We've change the name of this group to "Support & Promote ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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July is National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to focus on truths about mental health, illness and treatment and the effects of mental illness in minority communities. $6 Million Available for Grants to State and Territorial Offices of Minority Health $6.45 million is available from OMH for grants to state and territorial offices of minority health to demonstrate the effectiveness of strategic partnerships in improving minority health and eliminating health disparities. Deadline: August 13, 2010 . Government Officials to Attend International AIDS Conference Representatives from AIDS.gov will attend this ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Building a Minority Network
We have all heard the saying "It's not what you know, it's who you know." But actually success lies in your experience and your contacts. Minorities may feel their chances for advancement hit the glass ceiling because they don't have the mentors to help them rise to the top. If it takes a village to raise a child, then it takes a good network to build a successful career. Here are four suggestions for minorities interested in building such a network. 1. Get involved with minority professional organizations. It certainly is important to reach out to ...