Harbinger Consultants

Culture + Complexity + Change


Harbinger Consultants was successful in securing a project to plan and develop e-retailing within the art and creative industry sector in the central and south west regions of Queensland.  The objective is to develop a series of product lines that can be resourced from a pool of regional arts workers and marketed worldwide through web based platforms.

We will be working with the Remote Area Planning and Development Board (RAPAD) which covers an area of 36% of the state, the central west and south west regions of Queensland. The area is over 516,000 square kilometres and includes 40 communities within 11 Local Government Areas – Barcaldine Regional Council, Barcoo Shire Council, Blackall-Tambo Regional Council, Boulia Shire Council, Bulloo Shire Council, Diamantina Shire Council, Longreach Regional Council, Murweh Shire Council, Paroo Shire Council, Quilpie Shire Council and Winton Shire Council.

We will be working closely with the creative communities of the area to:

  • Produce a direction/vision for e-retailing of ‘creative industries’ in the central west region
  • Identify a model or structure for artisans and groups to work collaboratively to enhance ‘creative industries’
  • Develop a business plan to target further business/industry development.

Harbinger Consultants’ methodologies and inclusive, collaborative approach will ensure that the unique characteristics of the place and the people are integrated and reflected in the eventual direction, vision, structure and plan for this exciting new venture.


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  Leesa Watego wrote @

Congratulations Harbinger! Can’t wait to see the end product!!!

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