SEARCH RESULTS: 27 ITEMS FOUND

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Feb 01, 2017

With billions in arts funding, businesses play a key role in ensuring the health and vitality of the nation’s arts sector.  Business support for the arts is less driven by a charitable focus than it is targeted on how the arts impact the communities in which their employees live and work.

Author(s): Parkinson, Alex; Kahn, Graciela; Peck, Emily, and Cohen, Randy
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2017

Americans for the Arts partnered with The Conference Board to conduct this survey which examines trends in business support and employee engagement for the arts. The survey draws on 125 responses from companies of all sizes that participate in corporate philanthropy, employee engagement, volunteer programs, or sponsorships.

Author(s): Dalton, Aaron
Date of Publication: Mar 01, 2016

Arts partnerships offer companies effective and cost-efficient methods of achieving critical business goals. In fact, 79% of businesses agree that the arts increases name recognition, and 74% of businesses say the arts offer networking opportunities to developing businesses (2010 BCA National Survey of Business Support for the Arts). The fourth essay in The pARTnership Movement essay series, Engage Your Employees, shares stories of how some of America’s top companies partner with the arts to build morale, creativity, and innovation in the workplace.

Author(s): Dalton, Aaron
Date of Publication: Aug 01, 2015

Arts partnerships offer companies effective and cost-efficient methods of achieving critical business goals. In fact, 79% of businesses agree that the arts increases name recognition, and 74% of businesses say the arts offer networking opportunities to developing businesses (2010 BCA National Survey of Business Support for the Arts). The second essay in The pARTnership Movement essay series, Put Your Company in the Spotlight, shares stories of how some of America’s top companies partner with the arts to build market share, enhance their brand, and reach new customers.

Author(s): Private Sector Initiatives Department
Date of Publication: Jun 01, 2013

The BCA Survey of Business Support for the Arts is the nation’s largest survey of its kind, delving beyond pure numbers into the motivations behind and goals of business partnerships with the arts. The specific findings from the survey are used to project national trends in support for the arts by businesses large and small across our nation. The study acts as a resource for current and potential funders of the arts, and for local advocacy organizations to encourage increased partnership between the business community and the arts. BCA has conducted the survey since 1968

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2013

After a downturn in arts giving in 2006 and 2009, 2012 levels rebounded and are now similar to 2006 levels. Cash plus non-cash arts giving between 2009 and 2012 is up 18 percent (average growth of 6% per year). A similar upward trend for overall (not just arts) large company giving was reported by the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy for the 2009-2011 period.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Dec 31, 2011

This data was compliled from three years worth of BCA National Survey of Business for the Arts research project conducted by Americans for the Arts.

Author(s): Mooring, Kathrine
Date of Publication: Dec 01, 2010

This Monograph, covers findings from the 2010 BCA Triennial Survey of Business Support to the Arts, delve into case studies about successful partnerships between arts and business, and provide some insights on how to best leverage business support for the arts.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Aug 01, 2010

The BCA Survey of Business Support for the Arts is the nation’s largest survey of its kind, delving beyond pure numbers into the motivations behind and goals of business partnerships with the arts. The specific findings from the survey are used to project national trends in support for the arts by businesses large and small across our nation. The study acts as a resource for current and potential funders of the arts, and for local advocacy organizations to encourage increased partnership between the business community and the arts. BCA has conducted the survey since 1968.

Author(s): Americans for the Arts
Date of Publication: Jan 01, 2010

The BCA Survey of Business Support for the Arts is the nation’s largest survey of its kind, delving beyond pure numbers into the motivations behind and goals of business partnerships with the arts. The specific findings from the survey are used to project national trends in support for the arts by businesses large and small across our nation. The study acts as a resource for current and potential funders of the arts, and for local advocacy organizations to encourage increased partnership between the business community and the arts. BCA has conducted the survey since 1968.

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