e-mentor

art4u.australia has designed e-mentor to provide resources and help to arts organisations with revenue of less than $2.5M.

e-mentor provides arts organisations with on-demand, access to capacity and capabilities. This helps minimise the impact of having limited staff and resources. e-mentor is a subscription program that provides any member of your organisation access to advice and guidance. What’s more, your organisation can tap into the experience of John Coxon, founder of art4u.australia.

In this way you have someone to help prepare a funding submission, prepare policies, guide governance, or assist with recruitment. This experience is available to your organisation when and as you need it, for an affordable, monthly subscription. Whenever they make contact they will always talk to me personally. This is not a call-center; it’s a personalised service, tailored to your needs.

The annual fee for e-mentor is $6000 excluding GST. Payment is by monthly invoice of $500 exc gst.

The founder of art4u.australia is an experienced consultant and business mentor with experience in governance, management and art event management. For the past two decades John Coxon has provided organisational guidance to nonprofit organisations and small business operators in Australia and New Zealand. In the past John has been a committee member for the NZ Jade Artists Society and organiser of the NZ Jade Artist Award and exhibition in 2014 and 2016. John has also been a past Executive Officer for Community Southwest, an alliance of nonprofit organisations and a past Operations Manager/acting CEO at Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative. John also creates content for the art4u digital channels. John is an experienced project manager with experience in organisational mergers, multi-agency projects, planning and financial management, digital and ITC projects and change projects.

Contact John to discuss how e-mentor may benefit your arts organisation.

Download a profile of John Coxon’s experience.

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