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Alan Bishop

Chief Executive Officer

Southbank Centre Limited

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Southbank Centre Limited

Belvedere Road

London, Greater London,SE1 8XX

United Kingdom

Company Description

Southbank Centre is the UK’s largest arts centre, occupying a 21-acre site that sits in the midst of London’s most vibrant cultural quarter on the South Bank of the Thames. The site has an extraordinary creative and architectural history stretching back to...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chairman

Saatchi & Saatchi


Affiliations

London

Board Member


London & Partners Limited

Board Member


Soho House & Co

Member


Education

BA Hons

Queen's College


degree

history

Oxford


Web References(189 Total References)


Our board - London & Partners

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Alan Bishop
Chief Executive, Southbank Centre London & Partners Board Member Alan Bishop joined Southbank Centre as Chief Executive in February 2009. Before joining Southbank Centre, Alan was Chief Executive of the government agency the Central Office of Information and previously Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi International. Having graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History, Alan began his career as an advertising executive for Bates, before leaving to help start up a new agency. He went on to work at Foote Cone and Belding, and again in a more senior role at Bates, before moving to Saatchi & Saatchi, in 1985. Over the next 17 years, he rose through the ranks of the organisation, amassing a depth and breadth of skills and experience. His career path coincided with massive change within the advertising industry, its globalisation, its move towards a corporate rather than a partnership structure, and its growth of an international client base. In 1994 Alan moved to New York as Chief Operating Officer North America, a year later becoming Chairman and Chief Executive of the North American company. In 1997 he returned to London as the UK chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi. At the end of 1998 he was appointed Chairman International of the group, again based in New York. In 2002 he was offered the job of Chief Executive of the Central Office of Information, reporting to the Cabinet Office. In 2005 the COI amalgamated with the Government News Network and was restructured to suit a very different communications world, leading the move of government information and services online. Alan is now applying all his management experience in the creative industries - from both the private and public sectors - to the exciting future development of Southbank Centre's iconic 21 acre site which includes the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Purcell Room, the Hayward Gallery and Jubilee Gardens. He has the mission to make it the world's most inspiring centre for the arts, crossing all art forms and using both the indoor and outdoor spaces to build on its great festival tradition - currently with the four months long 60th anniversary celebrations of the Festival of Britain.


Who we are | Southbank Centre

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Our executive, led by our Chief Executive Alan Bishop and our Artistic Director Jude Kelly, is overseen by our Board of Governors and its Chair Susan Gilchrist.
Portrait of Alan Bishop Alan Bishop (Chief Executive) Alan Bishop joined Southbank Centre as Chief Executive in February 2009. Before joining Southbank Centre, Alan was Chief Executive of the Government Agency the Central Office of Information and the former Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi International. Having graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History, Alan began his career as an advertising executive for Bates, before leaving to help start up a new agency. He went on to work at Foote Cone and Belding, and again in a more senior role at Bates, before moving to Saatchi and Saatchi International, in 1985. Over the next 17 years, he rose through the ranks of the organisation, amassing a depth and breadth of skills and experience. In 1994 Alan moved to New York as Chief Operating Officer North America, a year later becoming Chairman and Chief Executive of the North American company. In 1997 he returned to London as the UK chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi. At the end of 1998 he was appointed Chairman International of the group, again based in New York. In 2002 he was offered the job of Chief Executive of the Central Office of Information, reporting to the Cabinet Office. Alan is a member of the London & Partners board.


Arts People | Page 2 | ArtsProfessional

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Photo of Alan Bishop
ALAN BISHOP, Chief Executive of the Southbank Centre, will be leaving in 2017 after eight years in post. He said: "I am retiring to find out if my family want to spend more time with me."


www.londonandpartners.com

Alan Bishop
Chief Executive, Southbank Centre London & Partners Board Member Alan Bishop joined Southbank Centre as Chief Executive in February 2009. Before joining Southbank Centre, Alan was Chief Executive of the government agency the Central Office of Information and previously Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi International. Having graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History, Alan began his career as an advertising executive for Bates, before leaving to help start up a new agency. He went on to work at Foote Cone and Belding, and again in a more senior role at Bates, before moving to Saatchi & Saatchi, in 1985. Over the next 17 years, he rose through the ranks of the organisation, amassing a depth and breadth of skills and experience. His career path coincided with massive change within the advertising industry, its globalisation, its move towards a corporate rather than a partnership structure, and its growth of an international client base. In 1994 Alan moved to New York as Chief Operating Officer North America, a year later becoming Chairman and Chief Executive of the North American company. In 1997 he returned to London as the UK chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi. At the end of 1998 he was appointed Chairman International of the group, again based in New York. In 2002 he was offered the job of Chief Executive of the Central Office of Information, reporting to the Cabinet Office. In 2005 the COI amalgamated with the Government News Network and was restructured to suit a very different communications world, leading the move of government information and services online. Alan is now applying all his management experience in the creative industries - from both the private and public sectors - to the exciting future development of Southbank Centre's iconic 21 acre site which includes the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Purcell Room, the Hayward Gallery and Jubilee Gardens. He has the mission to make it the world's most inspiring centre for the arts, crossing all art forms and using both the indoor and outdoor spaces to build on its great festival tradition - currently with the four months long 60th anniversary celebrations of the Festival of Britain.


London & Partners' Board - London & Partners

www.londonandpartners.com [cached]

Alan Bishop
Chief Executive, Southbank Centre London & Partners Board Member Alan Bishop joined Southbank Centre as Chief Executive in February 2009. Before joining Southbank Centre, Alan was Chief Executive of the government agency the Central Office of Information and previously Chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi International. Having graduated from Oxford University with a degree in History, Alan began his career as an advertising executive for Bates, before leaving to help start up a new agency. He went on to work at Foote Cone and Belding, and again in a more senior role at Bates, before moving to Saatchi & Saatchi, in 1985. Over the next 17 years, he rose through the ranks of the organisation, amassing a depth and breadth of skills and experience. His career path coincided with massive change within the advertising industry, its globalisation, its move towards a corporate rather than a partnership structure, and its growth of an international client base. In 1994 Alan moved to New York as Chief Operating Officer North America, a year later becoming Chairman and Chief Executive of the North American company. In 1997 he returned to London as the UK chairman of Saatchi & Saatchi. At the end of 1998 he was appointed Chairman International of the group, again based in New York. In 2002 he was offered the job of Chief Executive of the Central Office of Information, reporting to the Cabinet Office. In 2005 the COI amalgamated with the Government News Network and was restructured to suit a very different communications world, leading the move of government information and services online. Alan is now applying all his management experience in the creative industries - from both the private and public sectors - to the exciting future development of Southbank Centre's iconic 21 acre site which includes the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Purcell Room, the Hayward Gallery and Jubilee Gardens. He has the mission to make it the world's most inspiring centre for the arts, crossing all art forms and using both the indoor and outdoor spaces to build on its great festival tradition - currently with the four months long 60th anniversary celebrations of the Festival of Britain.


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