The Arts & Culture

Governments and institutions more than ever must make the right strategic decisions.

Artists and cultural institutions have great ambitions. They want to make their passion public, stir people and thus provide added social value. They sometimes lack expertise, often time and nearly always money. They are therefore forced to set priorities.

Governments want to stimulate a high-quality supply and broad take up. They therefore step in with grants where the free market system fails. Due to the financial crisis, available budgets are significantly lower, while demands have increased, and this applies to the cultural sector too.

Berenschot helps administrators in the cultural sector make strategic decisions. We conduct research, provide advice and support for implementing plans. We do so using our policy and business-related expertise and our in-depth sector knowledge. Independent and open-minded, with a keen eye for opportunities and a realistic view of trends in the cultural sector.

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