GDPR Week at MyCake

At MyCake we take data seriously. In fact it’s our core business, and so the General Dataprotection Regulations (#gdpr) which come into force on 25th May are something we’re really interested in. And thought you might be too. There’s lots of information out there, but because it’s about data, it’s going to be a bit, Read the full article…

Be nice to your space!

Have you got space in your community centre?   Do you use it all?  Or is there a room at the back, maybe a little damp (’cause you don’t keep the heater on) that’s sitting there, lonely, with no one to play in it? Just a little sad round the edges, and slighly neglected with perhaps Read the full article…

Where are you with managing your money? Our survey says…

Back in the autumn we circulated a small survey to a number of community businesses to find out how they managed their money – in some cases, literally.   Our results are quite interesting from the small data cohort we used: Managing and keeping track of money is one of those things that we all MEAN Read the full article…

Creative Money: 10 recommendations for cultural organisation on how to organise their finances

Sarah Thelwall talks about the nitty-gritty of running a business in the cultural industry and about how to fine-tune the financial side of cultural organisation’s work. 1. Strike a balance between your creative drive and basic financial knowledge People who come to the creative industry or cultural sector seek to tell consumers about their products, Read the full article…

Do you have enough income to enjoy Christmas and the January sales?

Wouldn’t it be great if you had a better idea of what your forward income looks like? Here’s how to achieve a future picture using MyCake or other book keeping systems: take each existing project and allocate the fees you’re charging (according to the stage payments you’ve agreed with the client) into appropriate invoices date these invoices Read the full article…