Governance360 forms new strategic partnership with the Association for Cultural Enterprises

Governance360 is pleased to announce (31st May 2024) a new partnership with leading membership organisation the Association for Cultural Enterprises to offer an innovative set of tools which will help member organisations develop their resilience as well as their organisational structure and purpose.

Governance360, a company now funded by the Development Bank of Wales and a former winner of TechNation’s Rising Stars competition, offers a suite of tools which solve the key complexities of running a Board – simple meeting workflow and structure (no more emails or cloud storage conflicts), a risk register tool that is accessible by all 24 hours a day, and a CPD accredited digital learning academy to help recruit and train volunteers.   

Founded by Clive Bawden based on his own experience as a Charity Trustee and Company Director, Governance360 has created simple to use, affordable software that helps build structure and accountability for Boards of Trustees. Cultural Enterprises is successfully using the platform with its own Board, and now members can also take advantage of the benefits it offers with exclusive member rates. 

Cultural Enterprises CEO Gordon Morrison said, “I am delighted that the Association for Cultural Enterprises has secured this partnership with such an exciting and innovative new operator. Having experienced the services provided for myself, I know that Governance360 will directly appeal and be of real, practical value to cultural organisations of all shapes and sizes. It makes perfect sense for Cultural Enterprises to partner with Governance360 to offer further tangible benefits to our members.”

For more about the Association for Cultural Enterprises

The Association for Cultural Enterprises is the only charity and trade body for the cultural sector that brings together education, experience and best practice in cultural income generation. We are dedicated to providing tangible support to help arts, cultural and heritage organisations maximise their existing income streams and identify new ones.

Our aim is to champion the essential role commercial activities play in sustaining cultural organisations. We promote commercial best practice within the sector by providing education, training and networking opportunities and facilitating the sharing of knowledge and experience between our members.

Our members represent over 1,850 sites across the UK and beyond, and thousands of cultural professionals. We work with museums and galleries, national parks and zoos, historic houses and monuments, performing arts, libraries and places of worship. No organisation is too small or too large; we are here for everyone and every stage of their career. Our valued Associate Members represent suppliers and consultants providing essential expertise and services to the sector.

The Association for Cultural Enterprises is proud to be an Arts Council England Investment Principles Support Organisation (IPSO).

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