(VIDEO) The STAMP Project: Making mobile audio tours for teens, by teens — a win-win-win situation
Our STAMP collaboration with the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance to produce mobile audio tours for teens, by teens, has been, no question, one of the most rewarding experiences we’ve had here at CultureSpots. It’s one of those very special win-win-win situations for absolutely everyone involved, including 15+ Philadelphia museums and over 14,000 teens in the Philadelphia area.
In this new Client Spotlight video interview with Rashanda Freeman and Erin De Rosa, who co-managed the STAMP project collaboration for the Alliance, you’ll get invaluable and inspiring insights into their experiences working with the teens, museums and CultureSpots and how they made it all come together.
In addition to all the good that came out of this project, it was incredibly rewarding for us to see some of CultureSpots’ key differentiators — as a product and as a company — really making a difference. Namely:
- Affordable pricing structure
- Personalized service and high-touch support
- No new technology implementation barriers
- Online content production, collaboration and management
If your mind has been on how to better engage your younger museum and gallery audiences, and what it’d be like to do so with CultureSpots as your partner, then this is the video you need to be watching now!
Enjoy your journey,
Founder, President/CEO of CultureSpots
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