The Lifecycles program is unique
Lifecycles: Collecting & Collections is a three-part program delivered by Spencer W Stuart that focuses on collecting rare books (building private libraries), manuscripts and fine art (prints, photography, and paintings). The program covers the complete timeline of a collector and the lifecycle(s) of their collection(s). It discusses the initial attractions that move one to collect through to the steps one must take to ensure a collection’s legacy beyond one’s very personal time and place.
Who should attend the Lifecycles program?
The Lifecycles program has been designed for a variety of audiences:
The Lifecycles is available in three formats
Depending on the needs (or client education strategy) of your group or organization, the Lifecycles Program is offered in three formats [fees available upon request]:
Offering 1 - The three-hour (half day) version of the Lifecycles: Collecting & Collections program. This is a single live presentation or briefing of approximately 3-4 hours in duration (including Q&A).
Examples: Offering 1 is an ideal fit for a group that can only come together once to attend the Lifecycles program. Examples are a law firm or financial firm monthly meeting, an executive education session at an annual conference or a convention, a Continuing or Adult Education program for a University or College, or a client appreciation event by a private gallery, auction house or valuator.
Offering 2 - The three by one-hour version of the Lifecycles: Collecting & Collections program. ‘Offering 2’ is a series of three one-hour live presentations. Total content hours in ‘Offering 2’ is approximately 3-4 hours in duration (including Q&A).
Examples: Offering 2 is an ideal fit for a Museum running a multi-session program for the education of their member or patron groups, a Continuing Education program for a University or College that builds a curriculum or public education program around the Lifecycles program content, or a private gallery, auction house or valuator that builds a series of events that provide an education and relationship building adult education program for new and existing clients around the Lifecycles program content.
Offering 3 - The three by one-hour webinar version of the Lifecycles: Collecting & Collections program. ‘Offering 3’ is a series of three one-hour webinar presentations. Total content hours in ‘Offering 3’ is approximately 3-4 hours in duration (including Q&A)
Examples: Offering 3 is an ideal fit when the Lifecycles program target audience is geographically dispersed, or the costs of Offering 1 or Offering 2 are out of the budget range of the group or organization.
For questions about booking the Lifecycles program you can contact me directly either by phone at 1.604.363.1012 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org For customized offerings of the Lifecycle Program, contact Spencer directly.
How much will the Lifecycles Program cost your group or organization?
Please contact us to inquire about pricing for your group. Spencer’s engaging programs are always high energy and employ the latest learning techniques and teaching styles that ensures that he reaches your entire audience regardless of their prior knowledge or learning preferences.
Spencer is an expert in his field and a professional speaker who has spent thousands of hours researching and practicing his profession in Canada, the US and Europe. He is happy to entertain volume pricing for multiple bookings made at the same time.
If you really want to book the Lifecycles Program but think that your budget somewhat short, then please reach out to us as we have a number of creative ideas to help you raise the additional budget. 1.604.363.1012 or email at email@example.com
Spencer W Stuart is dedicated to the improvement of collecting practice and the placement of collections. He is committed to leveraging his skills and expertise to help you achieve your mandate. His contribution to you is finding a way to offer his services at fees levels that allow your organization to benefit from his expertise. 1.604.363.1012 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org