Client comments

We asked a few of our museum clients to share their thoughts about working with us. (We thank them for the opportunity to post these comments!)

 

“You’ve been a key strategic partner in helping our museum evaluate and redefine our membership program. You recommended the best methodologies to achieve our goals and stay within the budget... And when it came to analyzing the data, you presented the information in a very comprehensible manner. Your insights were action-oriented and could be applied immediately. Those reports continue to be valuable resources for my team and have helped us answer other questions that have arisen since the initial research.”

Catherine Carroll
Sr. Assoc. Director of Membership
The Art Institute of Chicago

“Peter Linett offers that rare combination of strategic brilliance and a thorough grounding in analysis. He has the ability to reduce complex research findings to a clear way forward, and articulate big-picture recommendations that are practical and actionable.”

Jay Finney
Chief Marketing Officer
Peabody Essex Museum

“It takes creative thinking as well as buttoned-down research to shape strategies for today’s arts audiences, and I think Slover Linett offers both. It has been such a pleasure working with your remarkably talented staff. When we were reviewing other companies for our project, yours was heads and shoulders above the rest! Thanks for all your leadership on our behalf.”

Danielle Rice, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Delaware Art Museum and Arts For Delaware’s Future

 


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