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Combining in-depth art world knowledge, technological expertise and entrepreneurial understanding, our team is passionate about supporting the cultural sector through accessible and innovative means. 


Driven by her strong entrepreneurial spirit, Julie-Anne started her first business at 24 years of age and has since founded and invested in a number of successful start-ups in the technology and film sector, including city discovery app Dojo and Dagon (a Pizza Hut franchise across Zambia, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, which has employed a number of students supported by her charity, Zamcog). Her latest project is the feature film, The Flood, of which she is the Executive Producer. Centred on today’s refugee crisis, the film is one of Julie- Anne’s many business endeavours which has a strong cultural purpose. 


Having graduated from Bristol University with a First in Maths and receiving a Post Graduate degree in Economics and Maths at Cambridge University, Oliver brings a data-driven mindset to the cultural sector. After three years as an FX Options trader at Morgan Stanley, Oliver joined Chronext, a high growth e-commerce company developing revenue-driving algorithms. He is passionate about using technology in the cultural space to empower institutions with the tools to not only create excellent experiences for their audiences, but also to aid them in better understanding the untapped data potential of their visitors.


With an in-depth awareness and nuanced understanding of the art world, Sigrid has worked in the cultural and museum sector for over twenty years. She co-founded Arts Co, a cultural production agency and is also a co-founder of the Association of Women in the Arts. A trustee of the Drawing Room and sitting on both the V&A Development Board and IKON Gallery London Advisory board, Sigrid has a broad ranging interest across the cultural sector and is widely recognised as an industry connector.