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Hannah Rudman has joined BOP Consulting as an Associate Director, to lead the development of their new Organisational Transformation services and practice. BOP is an international consultancy with a 20-year track record of working in the cultural and creative economy with government bodies, leading arts and cultural organisations, property developers, and international agencies.
Consistently growing over the last 10 years, BOP has worked on over one thousand assignments and have played a central role in the UK in promoting culture and creative industries within broader economic, social and educational agendas.
BOP also organises the The World Cities Culture Forum (WCCF) – an international network of more than 40 cities sharing a belief in the importance of culture – providing research, policy analysis and moderation services from offices in London, Edinburgh, Taipei and Shanghai staffed by BOP’s multinational, multilingual team of consultants.
The Touring Network (TTN) works to support, represent and develop professional live performances happening in small-scale venues across the Highlands & Islands. Across such a vast geographic area, from Shetland to Argyll and Perthshire to Skye, the carbon costs of touring to remote and varied locations can be significant – not only are distances great but transport and buildings infrastructure is also often limited.
In order to better understand the carbon impact of this vital cultural activity, they applied to Sustainable AmbITion, the green fund set up by Rudman Consulting’s digital development programme AmbITion Scotland for the creative industries in Scotland. TTN wanted to look at a range of factors that make up touring to rural locations including venues, transport, production and audiences. They worked alongside Comar on a single theatre tour playing 17 venues across the region and used a variety of calculations to look at each of these areas including audience return cards, energy meters and mileage totals.
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|21 March 2013|
Hannah is talking at Creative Edinburgh’s conference The Making & Breaking of the Creative Industries in the morning session. Come along to find out more about the AmbITion Scotland programme co-designed and delivered by Rudman Consulting and hear about how arts, cultural and heritage organisations engaging with the programme are experimenting with radical new ways of working, finding new clients/audiences and how their business models are changing.