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Meet the Conference Team - Freddie Porter

Freddie is a Product Owner at Spektrix and ensures that we’re continually delivering value with our product updates. With over six years’ experience working in the arts sector, find out from Fred what he thinks arts organisations can take away from this year’s Spektrix Conference.

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Joanne Stewart
Meet the Conference Team - Matt Akers

Next up in our Meet the Team series is Matt - Knight of the Spektrix Roundtables! Matt has devised lots of great roundtable themes for this year’s Spektrix Conference-goers. From a special roundtable for Scottish arts organisations to best practice on using one Spektrix to power multiple sites, hear from him about what you can expect from the programme

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Joanne Stewart
Meet the Conference Team: Liv Nilssen

Liv has planned some great sessions at Spektrix Conference which focus on fundraising and will inspire Development Directors to lead for change in their organisation. Find out more about Liv, why she’s addicted to change, and what she’s most looking forward to at this year’s conference.

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Joanne Stewart
Meet the Conference Team - Tom Nolan

This year’s conference will be Tom’s fourth, so it’s safe to say he knows a thing or two about what makes a memorable Spektrix Conference. Find out more about Tom’s panel session on using collaboration to build resilience and what he’s looking forward to learning in Leeds.

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Joanne Stewart
Meet the Conference Team - Annie Pearce

Annie needs no introduction and is a familiar face in the #SpektrixConf community. Hear what she’s looking forward to at this year’s conference and find out about the workshop she’ll be running on bringing agile methodology to your arts organisation.

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Joanne Stewart
4 Reasons to Attend #SpektrixConf 2018

This year’s Spektrix Conference focuses on the theme of Leading for Change and will empower senior managers working in arts organisations to do just that. Now, more than ever, the cultural sector must be responsive and resourceful. So we’re bringing together senior managers to connect and share learning, allowing them to cultivate arts organisations that reach out and make an impact. Overcoming the fear of change isn’t easy but this year’s Spektrix Conference will enable arts managers to respond to challenges creatively as well as inspire and lead for change within their organisation and across the sector.

Here’s why it’s the must-attend conference for arts leaders in 2018.

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Joanne Stewart
Keynote announced - Phil Batty

Phil Batty, Director of Public Engagement & Legacy Strategy for Hull UK City of Culture, will close this year's conference. Phil was responsible for capitalising on the city’s year in the spotlight by devising multi-artform campaigns and engagement programmes.  The city of culture project has been a game-changer and we’re excited to hear how over the next two years Phil plans to ensure it leaves a lasting and tangible legacy for the city and the sector.

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Joanne Stewart
Keynote announced - Clare Connor

Clare Connor, Chief Executive and Interim Principal at The Place, will deliver the opening keynote at Spektrix Conference. Previously she worked at the Southbank Centre and Stratford Circus Arts Centre where she established a new charitable body to run the centre. We can't wait to hear her insights on leadership, how her influence has led to change across the industry and how we can apply what she has learnt in our own organisations. 

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