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The Cobra Museum seeks investors to realize blockbuster exhibitions.
Cobra Entrepreneurs© is an innovative concept in the world of culture with which the Cobra Museum seeks investors in order to achieve blockbuster exhibitions.
Cobra Entrepreneurs© make venture capital available through the purchase of a registered transferable bond. These are entrepreneurs who want to connect with innovation in the cultural sector and to the major brand names of blockbusters like the Guggenheim, Joan Miró, etc. A Cobra Entrepreneur can recoup the initial investment and will also receive a special in-kind return. Cobra Entrepreneurs© was nominated by the Financial Times and Accenture for the Innovation Awards 2014.
Example I: The blockbuster of 2015 was Miró & CoBrA. Experimenteel spel. With more than 100 works by Joan Miró, there was a major Miró exhibition in the Netherlands for the first time in almost 60 years.
Example II: In 2014 we brought the world famous collection of the Guggenheim Museum in New York to Amstelveen. A unique exhibition with works by Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning and many others.
Van Doorne attorneys, Rabobank and Volvo Bangarage were the enthusiastic Cobra Entrepreneurs© at both exhibitions. The investment of a Cobra Entrepreneur is 25,000 euros. The Cobra Entrepreneur concept is developed in close collaboration with the Cobra Museum Business Club and with Van Doorne Attorneys for the specialist legal and financial aspects.
The Cobra Museum offers businesses a range of collaborative opportunities. Besides the Cobra Entrepreneurs, there are also the New Founders, the Cobra Business Club, Cobra Global and various sponsorship opportunities on a project basis. What binds all of our partners is a love for the museum and the realisation that the museum is a special partner for relationship management, receptions and inspiration.
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