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  • My advice / My idea: Make a solid plan! That will be the most important thing to do before starting making a realistic budget. And do not forget the devil is in the details. I always break my project down to very comprehensible bits and pieces and look at it with my budget glasses on: What implications will my activities have on both cost but also on funding opportunities? Do I have the numbers right? What will be the X-factor and risk I need to take into consideration? How will I be able to respond and report on changes both to the project and the budget. Again - my main advice will be to spend enough time planning the project and not to forget the small details.
  • My expertise about the subject: I have been running projects within the arts and music space for over 30 years so I am getting pretty good at it. I think. I have also been involved in both private and public funding. I get the difference between hard investment capital and soft public funding. I think I understand both those worlds and what kind of expectations different capital comes with. But also the opportunities they bring.
  • My potential limits as a mentor: Sometimes I think budgeting and financial reporting is a bit boring. So maybe there are others that fancy a nice and clean excel document better than I do.
  • What expertise I’d like to find among the network, to complete mine?: Good excel skills, tidy reporting and budgeting. Good financial overview!


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