Our recommendations include targeting groups which can participate in some activities before noon during the week such as senior citizens, parents with young children, pupils (organised groups). We also suggest creating a group of „ambassadors” who represent individuals – the potential customers/participants (involved in advising, networking, acting). Specific users will also be taken into account, i.e. those who can use the offer only once.
Workshops and interviews
Experts in various fields were included in the working process, to facilitate it and verify the proposed solutions. We also involved representatives of non-governmental organisations associated with the Park, which enabled us to find out about the needs and expectations of the potential target groups.
We invited experts from different fields to participate in the work process, whose aim was to provide support and to verify the worked out assumptions. We also engaged representatives of some NGOs connected with the Park, which allowed us to discover the needs and expectations of potential target groups.
The worked out model reversed our earlier requirements, whereby the task usually presented at the beginning – i.e. what was to be done in the Park Cultural Centre – in fact became the final element resulting from other activities. The activity will be secondary and will result from the specific values and ideas of the person managing the place. Passion will depend on the person appointed to run the institution.