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Service improvement through effective partnership and collaboration: An evaluation of the People Place Partnership

Citation
McCall V (2015) Service improvement through effective partnership and collaboration: An evaluation of the People Place Partnership . Scottish Funding Council. University of Stirling.

Abstract
In November 2013, Stirling Council published their Review of Culture in Stirling and identified four priority objectives for the local area that included economic regeneration and future growth. Creative Stirling CIC, Icecream Architecture and Artlink Central jointly identified new opportunities to establish new collaborative, sustainable activity and obtained funding from Creative Scotland for a first phase of establishing a partnership. This project aims to evaluate this partnership and identify strengths and opportunities from this way of partnership working which will build the capacity of Creative Stirling and its partners to deliver for the local creative industry, improve the service provision of Creative Stirling, and provide a model which will enable other small creative businesses to increase their capacity. This report covers the first 6 months of the partnership, which is Stage One of the overall Stirling Creative Partnership plan funded by Creative Scotland.

StatusPublished
AuthorsMcCall Vikki
Publication date2015
PublisherUniversity of Stirling
LanguageEnglish
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