Release of Positioned for Growth: Our Strategy to 2020

Tuesday, 11 July 2017 12:00 AM

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By SIBA|GITA
SIBA|GITA has today announced a transformation for the peak body with the release of Positioned for Growth: Our Strategy to 2020
 
 The strategy marks a renewed focus on promoting spatial industry capability into the growth industries identified in the 2026 Spatial Industry Transformation and Growth Agenda published earlier this year. 
 
"We are clear that spatial information will underpin business and social activity in our region, and our members must be at the forefront of that information revolution" said CEO Deanna Hutchinson.
 
Members and friends of SIBA|GITA will recognise the return of popular business support services alongside a range of new initiatives designed to position member capability into the growth industries.
 
"This strategy is intended to direct SIBA|GITA's activity towards outcomes related to sustainability and opening up opportunities for business growth right across our membership”, said Hutchinson.
 
"We are repositioning our resources to focus on the support required by our various member groups in terms of how they operate, sustain and grow in their respective industries,” she said. “This means that we will have a three-way approach to providing member services, covering regional, discipline and growth industry interests.”
 
SIBA|GITA Chairman Alistair Byrom is excited by the direction the organisation is taking. "Consulting surveyors, planners and our infrastructure members in particular will welcome direct action in the built environment sector, where there is a chance to reimagine the role of our industry as a result of new technology," he said.
 
“I also know that the opportunities we are opening up in agriculture and transport in the next six months, and then health, mining and defence later in the year will be positive news for members who develop spatial systems and provide GIS, remote sensing and analysis services,” he said.
 
Collaboration is a key theme in the strategy, in recognition of the scope and scale of effort required to realise the potential for the spatial industry. 
 
"The strategy provides a framework for SIBA|GITA activities and deliberately creates space for members and stakeholders to contribute to its implementation" said Hutchinson.
 
"We look forward to working with our members, partners and peers across the Asia Pacific region to bring cohesion to our industry voice,” she said.
 
Further details of initiatives highlighted in the strategy will be published on the SIBA|GITA website, where members will also be able to register their interest for helping to shape particular activities.
 
SIBA|GITA has today announced a transformation for the peak body with the release of Positioned for Growth: Our Strategy to 2020.
 
The strategy marks a renewed focus on promoting spatial industry capability into the growth industries identified in the 2026 Spatial Industry Transformation and Growth Agenda published earlier this year. 
 
"We are clear that spatial information will underpin business and social activity in our region, and our members must be at the forefront of that information revolution" said CEO Deanna Hutchinson.
 
Members and friends of SIBA|GITA will recognise the return of popular business support services alongside a range of new initiatives designed to position member capability into the growth industries.
 
"This strategy is intended to direct SIBA|GITA's activity towards outcomes related to sustainability and opening up opportunities for business growth right across our membership”, said Hutchinson.
 
"We are repositioning our resources to focus on the support required by our various member groups in terms of how they operate, sustain and grow in their respective industries,” she said. “This means that we will have a three-way approach to providing member services, covering regional, discipline and growth industry interests.”
 
SIBA|GITA Chairman Alistair Byrom is excited by the direction the organisation is taking. "Consulting surveyors, planners and our infrastructure members in particular will welcome direct action in the built environment sector, where there is a chance to reimagine the role of our industry as a result of new technology," he said.
 
“I also know that the opportunities we are opening up in agriculture and transport in the next six months, and then health, mining and defence later in the year will be positive news for members who develop spatial systems and provide GIS, remote sensing and analysis services,” he said.
 
Collaboration is a key theme in the strategy, in recognition of the scope and scale of effort required to realise the potential for the spatial industry. 
 
"The strategy provides a framework for SIBA|GITA activities and deliberately creates space for members and stakeholders to contribute to its implementation" said Hutchinson.
 
"We look forward to working with our members, partners and peers across the Asia Pacific region to bring cohesion to our industry voice,” she said. 
 
Further details of initiatives highlighted in the strategy will be published on the SIBA|GITA website, where members will also be able to register their interest for helping to shape particular activities.

    
Deanna Hutchinson | Chief Executive Officer 
Spatial Industries Business Association (SIBA)
Geospatial Information and Technologies Association (GITA ANZ)
 
 
Download Strategy
 

 

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