Digital Strategy Archives - AmbITion

Dance House Glasgow: Cloud ticketing for mobile sales & great CRM

Profile photo of Sorcha Monk By Sorcha Monk
20 May 2015

Dance House Glasgow embarked on an organisational development project to examine and develop its on-line presence, services and promotional offerings.  This led to the implementation of an organisation-wide software solution to improve customer service, operational efficiency and bring new audience development possibilities. Dance House Glasgow now has an improved online digital presence and booking options […]

Lung Ha Theatre Company uses digital as proxy for organisational development

Profile photo of Caitlin Skinner By Caitlin Skinner
1 May 2015

Lung Ha Theatre Company has been conducting a programme of strategic digital development with the support of AmbITion since 2013. The process has been the catalyst for wider change within the organisation, and the project has grown to incorporate multiple aspects of the company’s work and identity. In this rich media report, we outline the […]

Scottish Sculpture Workshop develops digital strategy with The AmbITion Approach

Profile photo of Emily Wyndham Gray By Emily Wyndham Gray
27 March 2015

Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) is a rurally based artist residency centre. Offering workshop facilities, technical expertise and curatorial support, the programme supports hundreds of artists every year. Alongside this SSW runs a series of curatorial enquiries, focusing on landscape, craft, material and the commons. SSW has undergone significant change over the last five years, from […]

National Youth Orchestras of Scotland digitally transform!

Profile photo of Anthony Coia By Anthony Coia
25 March 2015

Back in early 2014 The National Youth Orchestras of Scotland (NYOS) applied to  AmbITion Scotland with the hope of securing funds to help develop the organisation digitally. Our goals at the outset were not set in stone but we knew roughly what we wanted to achieve. Our initial ideas were to design, develop and implement […]

Applied Arts Scotland: Sustainable AmbITions

Profile photo of Joanne Garner By Joanne Garner
3 November 2014

Applied Arts Scotland (AAS) is a membership organisation which supports the professional development of Scottish applied artists.  AAS is going through fundamental change in the way it delivers its services and received Make:IT:Happen funds to take the opportunity to rethink communication and administration systems in order to be efficient and environmentally responsible. Please read more below on our Sustainable […]

Youth Theatre Arts Scotland: our digital development story

Profile photo of James Coutts By James Coutts
16 October 2014

Youth Theatre Arts Scotland aims to transform lives through youth theatre by providing inspiring participatory opportunities for young people and by connecting, supporting and training the professionals who work with them. Our project was to develop a new online presence: a richer website which is easier to navigate and provides a welcoming and informative entry point […]

Paragon Music report on their digital developments

Profile photo of Ninian Perry By Ninian Perry
14 August 2014

Paragon Music in Scotland is using rich media to bolster the new website www.paragon-music.org and social media including Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and Vimeo in order to drive participation and audience engagement.

Vanishing Point’s AmbITion Approach

Profile photo of Eleanor Scott By Eleanor Scott
30 June 2014

Vanishing Point undertook the AmbITIon Approach in order to map out plans for the organisation’s digital development.

All that Jazz: the SNJO digitally alive again!

Profile photo of Lindsay Robertson By Lindsay Robertson
13 June 2014

SNJO: In the Hall of the Mountain King The Scottish National Jazz Orchestra and their Artistic Director, the saxophonist Tommy Smith are widely recognized to be “world class” with an international reputation for the highest quality jazz and programming. In 2013, while performances soared with rapturous receptions to their Ellington and Rhapsody in Blue concerts […]

Cinema City: history brought to life with digital development

Profile photo of Julie By Julie
2 June 2014

Glasgow Film, comprising Glasgow Film Theatre and Glasgow Film Festival, is the west of Scotland’s leading independent cultural cinema. Glasgow Film’s Cinema City project connects visitors and residents to the fascinating cinema heritage of the city. Back in the cinema-going heyday of the 1930s, Glasgow had more cinemas per head than anywhere else in the […]

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