Project management and automation in the world of culture. TOT boasts a wealth of knowledge in this, as well as vast experience. Where to start? With the right questions: TOT poses them with the fresh outlook of a relative outsider. You’ll find the answer by putting the interests of all parties into a common perspective – the perfect performance, the successful event, the satisfied client. This helps to streamline and professionalise procedures, in whatever way necessary.
In the ICT project management section you’ll find:
Buy new software and all your problems are a thing of the past; all your wishes are fulfilled. Every program demonstration promises this. But is it really true? Perfect applications do not exist, but optimal combinations of people, requirements and techniques do. How do you know whether a particular program is the most suitable one for your business? Do you really need that particular program, or do you already have something that can do the job and are simply unaware of it? And how will the change impact the organisation? TOT is an independent party that utilises a range of different programs and suppliers. TOT is looking forward to helping you. » read on about Applications
Cultural organisations can no longer do without private financing. Crowd funding is hot, but organisations still seek ways to recruit sponsors, donors and friends.
That entails all kinds of activities:
- Finding potential donors;
- Keeping a record of who has been approached, when and how;
- Determining who has reacted to a mail or telephone campaign;
- Registering donations, and receiving and checking payments;
- Sending annual reminders and thank yous for gifts received.
- If you have a limited number of sponsors and donors or a tight-knit group run by volunteers, Excel is the perfect tool for recording addresses and donations.
However, you could also purchase a program for this purpose. » read on about Fundraising
Contemporary performing arts in historic buildings
These are two magnificent renovated and restored buildings in the centre of Haarlem. The Philharmonie, the concert hall in Haarlem, can be found behind the Grote Markt, while the Stadsschouwburg is located on the Wilsonsplein, and was reopened by Princess Máxima in September 2008 after extensive renovations. » read on about Stadsschouwburg & Philharmonie Haarlem
Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam was, and still is, the most important theatre in the Netherlands. Not only do famous (international) performances première here, but the Stadsschouwburg also presents leading festivals, including Julidans and the Holland Festival. » read on about Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam