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PLANNING | Business Development with MAAP

Harbinger Consultants’ John Armstrong has been working with MAAP (Multimedia Arts Asia Pacific) on business development planning. MAAP was instigated as a festival over a decade ago and has continued to engage with new media and interdisciplinary arts practices and institutions throughout the region. Throughout this time, Kim Machan has served as the organisation’s Executive Officer, delivering a program of innovative and partnership driven artistic events and programs. Applying Appreciative Inquiry, the process has involved intense market (situation) analysis. John has been working with the Board and staff in a celebratory and futures oriented planning process intended to strategically position the organisation as flexible and mobile, yet sustainable, arts organisation delivering multimedia exhibitions and research.


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