StillArt was awarded a gold certificate for financial performance in 2020.

We are committed to the results driven approach and sustainable strategies for performing arts organizations to build a better future by bringing diversity to arts and creating financial stability overtime. This case-study based and proven approach has been praised by many industry professionals where we had a chance to add value to their operations on a long-term basis.

After having our first breakthrough project in Northern Europe back in 2013 with Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, the approach created by the Founder & CEO Magnus Still has taken off to solve the same issues all around the world starting with German-speaking Europe operations in 2016. “Working with Tom Gulick, the former Executive Director of San Francisco Opera to rebuild the targeting methodology was one of the most important milestones in StillArt’s approach to create a strong foundation instead of focusing on silver-bullet concepts,” said Magnus Still.

We collaborated with over 30 performing arts organizations and successfully completed 100 campaigns generating net income of more than €5 Million to bring a fresh touch for communication with the audiences.

In a recent statement Magnus Still significantly focused on the challenges the performing arts are currently facing. “We live in turbulent times. For us, it’s important our collaborators know we are stable partners and we are therefore very happy that our financial foundation can be proven with the credit rating Gold Certificate.”

Gold certificate by Finland’s Suomen Asiakastieto is only awarded to the 12% of Finnish companies which produce the strongest financial results. Certifies, among others, the receivers are reliable in paying invoices on time, being able to run a profitable business and having reserves for unexpected situations. Suomen Asiakastieto is one of Finland’s leading providers of digital business and consumer information services. Suomen Asiakastieto help many different industries, the largest are banking and finance, small businesses, the retail trade, and the service industry.

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