Update Time!

Regular readers have likely noticed the updates we’ve been rolling out over the last few weeks and now that we have all of them in place, we wanted to take a moment to give everyone a little tour of what’s new and improved. New Topic Categories One of the most exciting improvements comes by way of revamping the topic categories. Thanks to your feedback from our 2019 reader survey, we have completely revamped the marketing category, which is now Marketing & Communications. We’ve expanded the sub-categories to better focus on the day-to-day … Read more

Free #20NTC Webinars

While the decision to cancel #20NTC was disappointing, it’s been equally heartening to see the community members and the organization step up to help fill the void. To that end, NTEN has been aggregating a list of free webinars developed from what would have been conference sessions. Two of those webinars are from ArtsHackers Drew McManus and Ceci Dadisman: Click. Done. Must-Have Google Analytics Settings Webinar Description Without a doubt, Google Analytics does all sorts of great things, but that doesn’t mean you are getting a complete picture. To get every benefit … Read more

Handling Contractual Elements of Event Cancellations Due To Epidemics & Other Crises

As event cancellations have started to mount due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases around the country, there has been a lot of concerned conversation occurring about the invocation of force majeure clauses in performance contracts. If you are not aware of its application, the clause generally relieves all parties of their contractual obligation due to severe weather, natural disasters, civil unrest, government declarations, union actions and epidemics. I say generally relieves because there has been communication to my state consortium that some organizations are seeing contracts which include penalties for … Read more

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