Veevart Blog

Articles about technology, best practices and events in the Art, Design, and Culture Environment

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What does a good museum management system look like?

Choose the museum management software that best suits the needs of your museum or cultural institution. Find out what to consider when purchasing museum software.

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‘A Modest Proposal’ an exhibition at Hauser & Wirth

14 artworks remind visitors that this summer you can find a place where there is something more about the body than selling sunscreen and swimming suits.

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Why more museums should have an online ticketing application

Selling tickets online helps museums provide greater access to visitors, it enables them to better anticipate visitors fluctuations, and to make the best of their daily operations.

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CRM at the MoMA: A few facts worth sharing from their experience

When they decided to implement Salesforce as their CRM platform in 2011, the MoMA was really a pioneer.

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Free (and Discounts) on Technology for Museums and Cultural Institutions

Free Software for Museums and Cultural Institutions

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Museum fundraising: 4 tips for taking your fundraising efforts to the next level.

Museum fundraising: Tips for taking your fundraising to the next level.

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Love Letter #4: OKRs, the guidelines

The purpose of this letter is to walk you through the process of creating your OKRs, along with some thoughts you should have in mind, and my own process on creating mine.

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Love Letter #3: Core Values 2.0

It has been a while since I have been feeling that there is a disconnect between our behaviors and our core values. For those who don’t know the history of the company, we started without any north (mission and vision), just cranking out functionalities that we could sell to the customers we wanted to reach.

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Love Letter #2

The other day someone posted on LinkedIn about the two characteristics that each good hire should have: Trustworthy and Enthusiasm...

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A love letter to my team: The thing that happens while you grow

We reach the 50 people milestone in our company recently. Your worries at this stage are different than the ones you had when you were starting with your band of 4 cats.

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High Output Management - A now old book with timeless principles

This blog discusses the challenges of management, especially in a growing company, and reflects on the timeless principles presented in Andrew S. Grove's book.