Museum management – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 18:53:21 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://expo-monet.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-63-120x120.png Museum management – Expo Monet http://expo-monet.com/ 32 32 Azakhel Botanical Garden: Saga of Neglect, Mismanagement https://expo-monet.com/azakhel-botanical-garden-saga-of-neglect-mismanagement/ Tue, 04 Oct 2022 18:53:21 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/azakhel-botanical-garden-saga-of-neglect-mismanagement/ PESHAWAR: Azakhel Botanical Garden, Nowshera has started to lose its importance and biodiversity due to neglect and mismanagement by the organizations involved. Established on approximately 83 acres of land in the village of Azakhel on the main GT road in Nowshera district, the Azakhel Botanical Garden, which was established with the aim of promoting conservation, […]]]>

PESHAWAR: Azakhel Botanical Garden, Nowshera has started to lose its importance and biodiversity due to neglect and mismanagement by the organizations involved.

Established on approximately 83 acres of land in the village of Azakhel on the main GT road in Nowshera district, the Azakhel Botanical Garden, which was established with the aim of promoting conservation, education, l sustainable use and capacity building of students in the field of plant biodiversity to serve innocent creatures and humanity, is deteriorating due to poor maintenance and requires immediate government attention to prevent it from being deserted.

The garden almost turned into a lake where stagnant rains and floods marred its beauty.

“I visited the Azakhel Botanical Garden every weekend to spend time in its relaxed environment amid the songs of birds on the trees and the flowers,” said Riaz Khan, a retired teacher from Pabbi. Tehsil Nowshera, during a conversation with APP.

He said it was heartbreaking to see the current deteriorated state of Azakhel Botanical Garden with no flowers, bad paths and urged the KP government to restore it to its original form.

An official source told APP on Tuesday that the University of Peshawar started the work on this mega project in April 2004 and later the Higher Education Commission (HEC) provided about Rs 37.861 million for the development of the Azakhel Botanical Garden in October 2004.

He said the KP government handled the transfer of developed land from Azakhel Park spanning an area of ​​83 acres on December 16, 2005 to the University of Peshawar.

In addition to the creation of the botanical garden, a Plant Biodiversity Center (CPB) was created in February 2006.

He said the CPB aims to develop a botanical garden at Azakhel Nowshera, including a museum, research laboratories, botanical nurseries, greenhouses, lecture hall, lecture halls, library and faculty offices for the training of students leading to non-degree and degree programs like short courses, diplomas, BS, M. Phil. and PhDs in various plant biodiversity disciplines.

The center also provides a forum for the mutual exchange of ideas by organizing conferences, seminars, workshops and other gatherings.

The main objectives of the Center for Plant Biodiversity were to create a national center of research excellence in the various fields of plant biodiversity, including plant systematics, ecology, conservation biology, medicinal plants, l ethnobotany, germplasm evaluation, genetic screening, introduction, propagation, cultivation of ornamental plants and cryopreservation.

He stated that his main objectives were to develop and manage the scientific collection, documentation and preservation of national plant resources in the herbarium as a permanent source for research.

Its main objective was to develop and manage the protection of rare, threatened and valuable species of various habitats of the region in the University of Peshawar Botanical Garden (UPBG) as a living permanent record for education, research , capacity building and healthy recreation in addition to national botany. data base management.

In addition to promoting Pakistan’s scientists internationally in the field of botanical database management and providing a basis for the conservation, sustainable management and utilization of national plant natural resources, he stated, the garden was mandated to pursue research, education and training relevant to various disciplines. plant biodiversity.

He said the garden was tasked with playing a vital role in the implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the Global Strategy for Plant Conservation, the National Conservation Strategy (NCS), the Provincial Conservation Strategies (PCS) and National Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP-N) in addition to creating healthy academic and recreational avenues for various segments of the community, especially students and faculty members.

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Savills Receives Exclusive Leasing and Property Management Instructions for Ajwan Towers, Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi https://expo-monet.com/savills-receives-exclusive-leasing-and-property-management-instructions-for-ajwan-towers-saadiyat-island-abu-dhabi/ Wed, 28 Sep 2022 11:29:16 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/savills-receives-exclusive-leasing-and-property-management-instructions-for-ajwan-towers-saadiyat-island-abu-dhabi/ Savills Abu Dhabi has been appointed as the exclusive letting agent and property manager for the Ajwan Towers located on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi. Ajwan Towers is the newest residential building to enter the Abu Dhabi rental market landscape. It is perfectly located on the seafront offering spectacular views and access to over 9km […]]]>

Savills Abu Dhabi has been appointed as the exclusive letting agent and property manager for the Ajwan Towers located on Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi.

Ajwan Towers is the newest residential building to enter the Abu Dhabi rental market landscape. It is perfectly located on the seafront offering spectacular views and access to over 9km of pristine beaches.

The island is home to some of the best schools with Cranleigh School and Redwood Montessori a short distance away and offers families a relaxed and happy environment for children. Additionally, the famous New York University is located less than 10 minutes away by car, while the Abu Dhabi Mall and Downtown Abu Dhabi are only 12 minutes away.

Saadiyat Island’s closest neighbors, Al Reem and Yas Island, are a 15-20 minute drive away and both feature a wealth of parks, retail stores, shopping malls, schools and clinics.

Residents of Ajwan Towers will enjoy spacious living with a selection of almost 250 luxury 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments spread over 10 floors, available for rent. Apartments range in size from 800 square feet to just under 3,000 square feet and are spread across three well-located buildings. There is only one 6-bedroom penthouse available for those looking for the ultimate home, spread over 6,000 square feet. The architecture of the buildings is elegant, influenced by the natural curves of the ocean with unique walkways connecting the buildings.

The apartments are designed with comfort and convenience in mind and feature the latest modern finishes, fixtures and fittings. Each apartment is unique in its layout offering a choice between semi-closed and closed kitchens. Residents benefit from a separate laundry room, a maid’s room and private underground parking located on site.

The towers have the best facilities available where residents can take advantage of the state-of-the-art gym and exclusive access to two swimming pools. The highlight is the larger swimming pool located in front of the beach with an entertainment area reserved for residents. The biggest advantage of the tower’s location is access to the local seafront promenade with a wide variety of restaurants.

Stephen Forbes, Director of Savills Abu Dhabi, said: “With this latest instruction, Savills has further strengthened its position as market leader in the rental and property management market in the capital. Ajwan Towers is a prestigious addition to our portfolio and offers superior quality, ensuring a wonderful living experience for future residents. Its location on Saadiyat Island makes it even more appealing, as it presents itself as an idyllic escape from the daily hustle and bustle of the city while still being close enough to all amenities.

Regarding the appointment of Savills, Sultan Alkhyeli, representative of the Chairman of ESK Investments, said: “We are pleased to partner with Savills for the launch and management of our Ajwan towers project. Savills has deep roots in the Middle East property market with over 40 years of experience. These characteristics were essential for us to ensure the best possible experience for our tenants in a unique property in the heart of the cultural district of Saadiyat. We look forward to welcoming our tenants to their new Ajwan Towers home.

Saadiyat Island remains one of Abu Dhabi’s most popular and scenic islands with stunning views of the Arabian Gulf and home to Abu Dhabi’s best resorts, restaurants and spas. The Louvre and the cultural district of Saadiyat are just some of the many tourist attractions on residents’ doorstep. One can play a round of golf at the Saadiyat Beach Golf Club or spend a relaxing day at the beach, which is famous for the hawksbill turtle patrol and has one of only three turtle sanctuaries in the United Arab Emirates.

The island continues to grow with exciting projects underway and the famous Guggenheim Museum Abu Dhabi due to open in 2025.

To inquire about availability at Ajwan Towers, please contact Savills at Abudhabi@savills.me.

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About Savills

Savills plc is a global property services provider listed on the London Stock Exchange. Present in the Middle East for over 40 years, Savills offers a wide range of specialist advisory, management and transaction services in the United Arab Emirates, Oman, Bahrain, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Expertise includes property management, residential and commercial agency services, property and commercial asset valuation, and investment and development advice. Originally founded in the UK in 1855, Savills has an international network of over 600 offices and associates employing 39,000 people across the Americas, UK, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East.

For more information about Savills: www.savills.com
Media contact: TOH PR / savills@tohpr.com

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Management of the City of Miami Axes College Tower Theater https://expo-monet.com/management-of-the-city-of-miami-axes-college-tower-theater/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/management-of-the-city-of-miami-axes-college-tower-theater/ After 20 years of supporting arthouse cinema and performances at the Tower Theater on Calle Ocho, Miami Dade College will no longer operate the historic venue. The City of Miami sent Miami Dade College (MDC) a notice last week that the college’s management contract for the Tower Theater will be terminated effective January 2, 2023. […]]]>

After 20 years of supporting arthouse cinema and performances at the Tower Theater on Calle Ocho, Miami Dade College will no longer operate the historic venue.

The City of Miami sent Miami Dade College (MDC) a notice last week that the college’s management contract for the Tower Theater will be terminated effective January 2, 2023.

“The City wishes to provide the College with written notice of termination to ensure a smooth transition for the College,” reads the September 19 letter, signed by Jacqueline Lorenzo, Acting Director of the Department of Real Estate and asset management (DREAM ). “We thank you for your services in managing the property over the past few years.”

The notice of termination (attached at the end of this article) does not provide a reason to dissolve the city’s arrangement with the college.

Achieved by new times On Monday, an MDC spokesperson explained that the college had a five-year lease on the property beginning in 2016 and had the option to renew for five years after providing the city with certain documents. The college had been in talks with the city for 20 months to process the lease renewal, but communications broke down and, despite the college’s intention to remain on board as theater manager, the lease was terminated, according to middle School.

“It is unfortunate that the city has terminated our lease. We have been good stewards of this important community asset for 20 years,” the MDC spokesperson said. “At the end of the day, it’s a city building, and the city gets to choose what it does with its buildings.”

The termination came just three days before a Miami city commission meeting with two resolutions on the agenda, to hand over control of the Tower Theater and its adjacent parking lot to the Bay of Pigs Veterans Association, Brigade 2506, so that they can “better manage” the property, as one of the resolutions put it.

The resolutions were sponsored by Commissioner Joe Carollo, who reportedly pushed the veterans association to take over the property. Measures included a plan to build affordable housing on the property as well as a museum commemorating the attempted Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba in 1961.

Rafael Montalvo, president of Brigade 2506, tells new times that his group was interested in the parking lot behind the theater as the site of the proposed museum, but wanted nothing to do with the theater itself.

“We said no but [Carollo] insisted. We don’t want the tower. We are all 80 years old. We don’t want to quarrel with anyone,” says Montalvo.

The resolutions were removed from the Sept. 22 agenda by Miami City Manager Arthur Noriega during the committee meeting. The city nevertheless persisted in dissolving its management agreement with Miami Dade College.

CDM has had operated the 1920s Tower Theater since 2002, when the college reopened the site and revitalized it into a cultural landmark for the Little Havana community. The theater houses the fall season GEMS Film Festivalorganized by the Miami Film Festival, which will take place from November 3 to 6.

MDC says it will continue to provide its scheduled programming and shows until it is no longer the building manager in January.

When asked if the college would attempt to obtain a new lease on the property, the spokesperson expressed uncertainty as to the procedure for doing so, but that the college is in communication with those responsible for the town.

“Miami Dade College has a vested interest in continuing to operate the Tower Theater as we do today,” the spokesperson said.

The City of Miami released a statement to new timesconfirming that the college’s management contract ends in January 2023. The city said it would “assume control of the management and operation of the Tower Theater for the foreseeable future”.

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Toronto Power Plant board members resign en masse over management – ARTnews.com https://expo-monet.com/toronto-power-plant-board-members-resign-en-masse-over-management-artnews-com/ Sat, 24 Sep 2022 16:33:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/toronto-power-plant-board-members-resign-en-masse-over-management-artnews-com/ The Power Plant, a leading contemporary art space on Toronto’s waterfront, has lost nearly its entire board, with 24 of its 27 members resigning en masse earlier this week. The members who resigned did so over objections to the running of the institution by an affiliated nonprofit, the Harbourfront Centre, and demanded that the institution […]]]>

The Power Plant, a leading contemporary art space on Toronto’s waterfront, has lost nearly its entire board, with 24 of its 27 members resigning en masse earlier this week. The members who resigned did so over objections to the running of the institution by an affiliated nonprofit, the Harbourfront Centre, and demanded that the institution be held “accountable”.

The news, which was the first reported speak art diary, comes less than a month after the departure of the director and artistic director of the Power Plant, Gaëtane Verna, to lead the Wexner Center for the Arts at Ohio State University. Verna had been director of the power plant for ten years.

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In a letter of resignation which distributed On social media, 15 board members, including Indigenous artist Maria Hupfield (Anishinaabe-kwe from Wasauksing First Nation) and actor Richard Lee, detailed their demands, particularly against Harbourfront Centre, a a separate nonprofit that appoints about half of the powerhouse’s board of directors and manages the site of the contemporary art space’s current location.

The letter reads: “Due to Harbourfront’s actions and our current impasse, we have concluded that we can no longer fulfill our commitments and duties to the Power Plant stakeholders, including government stakeholders, funders, artists, the arts community at large and individual supporters of the powerhouse The independent trustees of the powerhouse have no choice but to resign because of the actions taken by Harbourfront.

According to the letter from the resigning board members, on June 2, shortly after the power station held its 35th anniversary gala, the Harbourfront Center sought to fire 12 of the power station’s board members. electric” and to replace them with its own slate of directors of its own board or staff. This decision was made without consulting the power plant, and no convincing justification was provided.

According to the letter, those 12 council members included six women and five people who identify as black, Indigenous or of color. The letter adds that Harbourfront Center later filed a lawsuit against the power plant, which had a budget of around C$3.3 million in 2021, according to its most recent annual report.

After this article was published, a spokesperson for the power plant confirmed in a statement to ART news that Harbourfront Center had informed board members in June that “it would exercise its right to replace a number of directors on the board of The Power Plant”. The statement continued, “This change in institutional governance does not impact programming, day-to-day operations, or employee positions at The Power Plant, and the gallery retains full curatorial independence. The Powerhouse team continues to operate as usual during this time and is committed to advancing our mission by presenting engaging exhibits and public programs for all communities.

In a statement sent to ART newsMarah Braye, CEO of Harbourfront Center and one of the only remaining members of the power station’s board, called the former board members’ allegations “not correct” and that “governance issues and that were unresolved” had been going on for more than a year, particularly with its most recent chairman.

His statement added: “In fact, these changes have been made to ensure the proper governance structure to support the Director of The Power Plant and meet all operational needs. There were governance and operational issues that were not being addressed by the Power Plant Board. Despite repeated communications over the past year that have been presented to the Chairman of the Board, they have still not been addressed. We therefore had to exercise our rights to ensure good governance.

In a statement sent to ART news after the publication of this article, Lee, one of the board members, refuted Braye’s statement: “The power plant was fully fulfilling and meeting all of its obligations, including the concerns expressed in terms of governance and operating. We were experiencing the highest level of success before Harbourfront took these steps. »

Braye also disputed claims that Harbourfront Center is installing directors on the powerhouse board, writing: ‘It has been proposed to add a number of directors of Harbourfront Center on an interim basis only to support the looking for new board members. We are firmly focused on finding new independent nominees to The Power Plant’s Board of Directors who represent the diversity, skill set and experience that have been central to our mission for nearly 50 years.

On the page of Power plant website Reserved for the board roster, a statement read: “Powerhouse thanks the board for their unwavering support over the years and is proud to be associated with such leaders in our community. “

In their letter, the resigning board members further called on “the City of Toronto, Canadian Heritage and all funders and the powerhouse community to rein in Harbourfront Center and hold it accountable for its actions.”

Update, September 24, 5:20 p.m.: This article has been updated to include statements sent to ART news after publication by Richard Lee and the Powerhouse.

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Allegany State Park Supporters Issue Management Grievances | New https://expo-monet.com/allegany-state-park-supporters-issue-management-grievances-new/ Wed, 21 Sep 2022 00:47:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/allegany-state-park-supporters-issue-management-grievances-new/ SUNSET BAY — Two longtime supporters of Allegany State Park made presentations Tuesday regarding concerns over the management of the ASP to regional commissioners. Sally Marsh, who performed at weekly hootenannies in the park for 48 years, and Bob Schmid, former park historian and founding member of the Allegany State Park Historical Society, spoke at […]]]>

SUNSET BAY — Two longtime supporters of Allegany State Park made presentations Tuesday regarding concerns over the management of the ASP to regional commissioners.

Sally Marsh, who performed at weekly hootenannies in the park for 48 years, and Bob Schmid, former park historian and founding member of the Allegany State Park Historical Society, spoke at the Commission meeting Allegany Regional Park at Sunset Bay Marina State Park on Cattaraugus. Stream near Lake Erie.

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AEW Capital Management sells midsize Manhattan office for $72 million – Commercial Property Executive https://expo-monet.com/aew-capital-management-sells-midsize-manhattan-office-for-72-million-commercial-property-executive/ Tue, 13 Sep 2022 12:35:42 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/aew-capital-management-sells-midsize-manhattan-office-for-72-million-commercial-property-executive/ 830 Third Ave. AEW Capital Management sold 830 Third Ave., a 147,068 square foot Class A office building in Midtown East Manhattan in a $72 million off-market sale. The sale was financed by a $53.4 million acquisition loan held by Truist. JLL Capital Markets worked on behalf of the seller and procured for the borrower, […]]]>
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AEW Capital Management sold 830 Third Ave., a 147,068 square foot Class A office building in Midtown East Manhattan in a $72 million off-market sale. The sale was financed by a $53.4 million acquisition loan held by Truist. JLL Capital Markets worked on behalf of the seller and procured for the borrower, a joint venture between Empire Capital Holdings and Namdar Real Estate Group.

The 13-story building, located at the intersection of 51st Street and Third Avenue, was once the headquarters of the Girl Scouts of America. Originally built in 1958, the building offers floor plans ranging from 8,200 to 12,300 square feet suitable for smaller tenants looking for full occupancy. The first three floors are connected by an internal staircase, while the 12th floor has a private outdoor terrace.


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Located 5 minutes from the Grand Central Terminal subway station and two blocks from Lexington Avenue, the boutique office building is less than a mile from the Museum of Modern Art and Central Park, a 5.2 km from downtown Manhattan and 4.6 km from downtown Brooklyn.

The JLL Capital Markets Debt Advisory team of Senior Managing Directors Aaron Niedermayer and Maz Herzog, Senior Director Marko Kazanjian, Director Robert Tonnessen, Vice Chairman Jackie Ferrer and Analyst Joy Dracos worked on behalf of the ‘borrower.

JLL Capital Markets’ investment sales team led by Senior Managing Directors Andrew Scandalios and David Giancola, Managing Director Vickram Jambu and Vice President Jeniffer Zelko represented the seller.

The active Manhattan office market

After acquiring it in 2001, AEW Capital Management upgraded the property with an improved lobby, storage space, elevator cabs and bike storage. The property is currently 62% leased, including 3,799 square feet of commercial space occupied by Republic Bank.

Recently, ZG Capital Partners and Rialto Capital Management secured $175 million to complete the $105 million acquisition of the 20-story Park53 office tower, also known as 45. E. 53rd St. or Banco Santander Building in Midtown, Manhattan.

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Hollow Brook Wealth Management to Sponsor First Turtle Invitational Turtle Gathering https://expo-monet.com/hollow-brook-wealth-management-to-sponsor-first-turtle-invitational-turtle-gathering/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 13:34:00 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/hollow-brook-wealth-management-to-sponsor-first-turtle-invitational-turtle-gathering/ KATONAH, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hollow Brook Wealth Management LLC (“Hollow Brook”), a leading independent, full-service wealth management firm, today announced its sponsorship of the inaugural Turtle Rally of the Turtle Invitational. The Turtle Rally, which will be led by Philip Richter, Co-Chairman and President of Hollow Brook, is an exclusive, invitation-only event that aims to bring together […]]]>

KATONAH, NY–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hollow Brook Wealth Management LLC (“Hollow Brook”), a leading independent, full-service wealth management firm, today announced its sponsorship of the inaugural Turtle Rally of the Turtle Invitational. The Turtle Rally, which will be led by Philip Richter, Co-Chairman and President of Hollow Brook, is an exclusive, invitation-only event that aims to bring together enthusiasts of classic cars and spectacular automobiles, to help build camaraderie and cultivate more meaningful relationships. throughout the Hollow Brook system. Proceeds from the Turtle Rally will benefit the Pray Family Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to inspire youth, families and youth groups through innovative programs.

Mr. Richter, in addition to his responsibilities at Hollow Brook, is a classic car enthusiast with extensive experience and expertise in the classic automobile market. He is regarded by many clients and individuals who share an affinity for classic automobiles as a reliable and credible advisor and is widely sought after for his knowledge of the collector car market. Mr. Richter is also the founder of the Turtle Invitationala preeminent collector car experience, and the creator and author of turtle garage, a blog that provides readers with unique insights and exclusive content on the collective vehicle market and the automotive industry at large. He is a frequent contributor to publications and podcasts focused on classic cars.

The Turtle Rally will begin on Sunday, September 18, 2022 at noon with a reception and elegant lunch served by celebrity chef Sarah Bouissou Bernard-Restaurant. The Rally’s 352-mile course will begin at the Pray Achievement Center in Bedford, NY. Along the way, participants can experience unique destinations such as Lake Taghkanic State Park, lunch at Bistro Brie & Bordeaux, and take a day trip to the Northeast Classic Car Museum. The event will conclude on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 in Cooperstown, NY, with an intimate dinner and reception at the Otesaga Resort Hotel featuring live music performed by Teresa Baldwin.

All attendees will receive a copy of Miles Collier’s new book “The Archaeological Automobile: Understanding and Living with Historic Automobiles”. Mr. Collier is considered one of the world’s most respected automotive resources and the founder of the Revs Institute in Naples, Florida.

The Turtle Rally will take place every two years with the next event taking place in 2024. For more information on this year’s event, please contact Phoebe Rubenstein at prubenstein@hbwmllc.com.

About Hollow Brook Wealth Management LLC

Hollow Brook is a leading independent wealth management firm that manages and advises wealth on behalf of families, foundations, endowments, retirement plans and individuals. For more information, please visit www.hollowbrookllc.com.

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Social Work Case Management Software Market Share 2022: Global https://expo-monet.com/social-work-case-management-software-market-share-2022-global/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 13:05:19 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/social-work-case-management-software-market-share-2022-global/ 📝Global Social Work Case Management Software Market 2022-2028, By Product Type (Basic (500-1000 Users), Standard (1000-30000 Users), Senior (30000+ Users), By End User Application (Mission, Community Organizations, Museum, Hospital Medical Center, International Aid Organization, Animal Protection Organization, Other), and Geography (Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, South America, Middle East, and Africa), Segments and forecast from 2022 […]]]>

📝Global Social Work Case Management Software Market 2022-2028, By Product Type (Basic (500-1000 Users), Standard (1000-30000 Users), Senior (30000+ Users), By End User Application (Mission, Community Organizations, Museum, Hospital Medical Center, International Aid Organization, Animal Protection Organization, Other), and Geography (Asia-Pacific, North America, Europe, South America, Middle East, and Africa), Segments and forecast from 2022 to 2028. According to our recent study, the global Social Work Case Management Software market size is estimated at Million US$ in 2021 and is expected to reach a readjusted size of Million US$ by by 2028 with a CAGR of % over the review period.

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Europe
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MPR pushes for joint movement to help transform museum management https://expo-monet.com/mpr-pushes-for-joint-movement-to-help-transform-museum-management/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 13:39:45 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/mpr-pushes-for-joint-movement-to-help-transform-museum-management/ Jakarta (ANTARA) – The transformation of museum management must become a joint movement of all parties, both stakeholders and the community, and be followed by research and sustainable funding, said the vice – President of the People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR), Lestari Moerdijat. “Transformational efforts in the field of culture, especially museum management, must be a […]]]>

Jakarta (ANTARA) – The transformation of museum management must become a joint movement of all parties, both stakeholders and the community, and be followed by research and sustainable funding, said the vice – President of the People’s Consultative Assembly (MPR), Lestari Moerdijat.

“Transformational efforts in the field of culture, especially museum management, must be a joint movement. Cultural development is not only physical but must also be supported by cultural research and sustainable funding,” said noted Moerdijat in a written statement received here on Friday.

Furthermore, she felt that the use of technology could be one of the keys to transforming the function of the museum from what was originally just a place to store cultural objects for ultimately become a space capable of offering cultural experiences to its visitors. .

In fact, digital transformation will be able to unite two groups in museum management, particularly groups that prioritize conservation aspects and those that prioritize economic use, she explained.

Moerdijat noted that currently, digital transformation in culture has received considerable public attention and is being studied by scholars through various scientific writings. She felt that the situation could also promote digital transformation in the field of culture, in particular the management of museums.

The key to overseeing transformation is changing the mindset of stakeholders and the community, she stressed. Thus, managers of museums and objects of cultural heritage will be able to understand the stages of cultural development.

The Vice-President of MPR noted that currently, museums that successfully fulfill their functions do not only focus on becoming a place for the exhibition of cultural objects, but are also able to offer experiences to their visitors. Thus, museums can also provide a source of income for managers.

Moreover, she claimed that 60% of the Indonesian population belong to Generation Z, who experienced and explored digital culture at an early age. This condition has become both a challenge and an opportunity for those involved in museum management and cultural development in general, she noted.

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Warner Bros. Discovery appoints Nordic management structure; Three other exits under restructuring https://expo-monet.com/warner-bros-discovery-appoints-nordic-management-structure-three-other-exits-under-restructuring/ Mon, 05 Sep 2022 09:00:24 +0000 https://expo-monet.com/warner-bros-discovery-appoints-nordic-management-structure-three-other-exits-under-restructuring/ Warner Bros. Discovery has named another of its European leadership teams, as Nordic leader Christina Sulebakk exposes the structure of his unit. The tastes of Pil Gundelach Brandstrup, Magnus Vatn, Axel Erikson and Katja Santala landed key content roles per country in the shakeup, while Rebecca Rormark, Sanny Ekstrand and Johan Manner Hill are the […]]]>

Warner Bros. Discovery has named another of its European leadership teams, as Nordic leader Christina Sulebakk exposes the structure of his unit.

The tastes of Pil Gundelach Brandstrup, Magnus Vatn, Axel Erikson and Katja Santala landed key content roles per country in the shakeup, while Rebecca Rormark, Sanny Ekstrand and Johan Manner Hill are the most prominent releases. Last month, Deadline revealed Head of Nordic Originals, Christian Wikander, was among WBD’s 29 European production teams leaving as part of a shift to a territory-focused model.

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WBD’s Nordic operation spans several Discovery-branded linear channels and HBO Max, which launched last year but will be replaced by a service that also incorporates Discovery+ in 2024. It also has extensive local production operations.

Of those leaving, WBD said Rørmark had “decided to explore new opportunities” but will lead marketing for the Discovery channel portfolio, commercial marketing for HBO Max and advertising “during a transition period”, while the Vice President of Operations Ekstrand is leaving after four years, having spent the last two years in a “significant role in building Nordic strategy and operations”. Mannerhill, Nordics General Manager for Home Entertainment & Games, is leaving after a decade at the Nordic arm of Warner Bros. WBD is supposed to hire a replacement for Rørmark.

The full range is as follows

  • Pil Gundelach Brandstrup – oversee content and planning in the Nordics, while continuing to lead content for Denmark.

  • Magnus Vatn (Norway), Axel Erikson (Sweden) and Katja Santala (Finland) — remain at the top of content by country.

  • Lina Freeman — remains in charge of planning, under the responsibility of Gundelach Brandstrup.

  • Roni Patel — responsible for content licensing.

  • Kasper Kryger — Responsible for ad sales activity in the region.

  • Jesper Steenberg — responsible for a newly consolidated distribution team.

  • Tore Fredrik Dreyer — leads distribution for movie theatres, games and home entertainment.

  • Jessie Ross Skarvad — responsible for theater, gaming and home entertainment marketing and advertising.

  • Francois Simonette – continue to oversee consumer products for the region, working closely with the Nordic leadership team and reporting on global brands and experience.

  • Morten Johannessen – continues to oversee sports operations in the Nordic countries.

A Head of Finance, Operations, Research and Ideas will be appointed shortly, while Heads of Legal, People & Culture and Corporate Communications will be announced at a later date.

Management structures in the UK and Ireland, Germany, EEC/MENAT and Spain, Italy and Portugal have already been fixed, as international bosses David Zaslav refocuses local operations following the merger of Warner Bros. and Discovery earlier this year. Only the France, Benelux and Africa division of Pierre Branco has not yet revealed its local structure.

Sulebakk, who was named managing director of Nordics in June after serving as general manager of HBO Max EMEA, said: “The Nordics are a very developed media market and Warner Bros. Discovery is one of the region’s leading media companies, reaching millions of people. people every day with high quality content and products. Over the past few months I have had the pleasure of meeting so many talented people and I am confident that WBD will become an even stronger company in the years to come. The potential is extremely exciting and today I am pleased to announce the management team that will support me to ensure the continued growth of WBD in the Nordics.

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