6th September 2017
Following the launch of her Brands and the Arts whitepaper, Anastasia Elaeva - Head of Corporate Communications, writes about Arts Patronage 2.0 in a contribution to the September issue of the Communication Director Magazine published by the European Association of Communications Directors.
Several high-profile examples of relationships between companies and the arts show the media appeal of cultural collaborations. But how can truly creative communications emerge from these unlikely partnerships?
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