Bristol Museums and Arts Galleries is one of the UK’s leading cultural service. It comprises six venues throughout Bristol, each with a different focus and designed to address a specific audience. The most contemporary of the venues is M-shed.
=mc consulting was asked to focus on M-shed and advise on how to increase sales in the museum shop, which should have been a key source of earned income.
ISSA, the International Step-by-Step Association, is based in Holland and works across Europe and Central Asia. It is an association of agencies committed to protecting and developing the interests of early years children. Always on the lookout for new ways to improve these systems, ISSA asked us to help them explore the potential of decision science to help them achieve their goals.
Including the Highland Wildlife Park, RZSS Edinburgh Zoo is one of Europe’s foremost wildlife conservation agencies and one of Scotland’s leading visitor attractions. It also has onsite projects in Africa and undertakes research worldwide.
The =mc consulting team were hired to improve the way visitors engaged with the animals and supported the wider conservation work of the Zoo.
The United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC) is headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado with sport-specific associations spread throughout the 50 states.
They approached the =mc consulting team to increase support to underfunded sports – both financial and in terms of participation.
In recent years foodbanks have become a common phenomenon in towns and cities across the UK as poverty becomes a sad part of everyday life. Many are locally run and managed some by churches, some by charities, some by local authorities.
=mc consulting was asked by the UK’s largest coordination agency, The Trussell Trust, to help them explore how to raise more funds using decision science techniques.