Discover out how to reduce administrative headaches and running a successful competition by defining how you will select successful candidates early on.
Ten years have gone by quickly, and we are still learning. After a decade of building Zealous, we thought we should share some of our top lessons.
Choosing to raise funds from your programme will need careful consideration and require you to balance the positive social impact you wish to have (access) with your ability to make enough revenue to run a successful programme (sustainability).
Identifying what’s in it for applicants inspires candidates to submit. Discover how to make the most with what you have and run a successful programme.
Asking candidates for the correct information when they submit is a fine art. Ask for too much, and people won’t apply; ask too little, and you might not be able to make a meaningful decision when choosing candidates. Luckily we’ve compiled a few ideas on helping you find that sweet spot that will serve everyone.
A clearly articulated purpose will help market your call to submissions and encourage potential candidates to submit. Read 5 tips to best define your purpose.
Taking submissions for an existing award or crafting a new competition? Where do you start? Here is the ultimate guide in planning and running a call to submissions - compiling a decade of insights supporting organisations that run open calls.
Choosing the right process whilst taking entries could save you hundreds of hours of admin. To save you a little time we've compiled a list of the best submission platforms serving the creative eco-system at this time.