Drew McManus may be Venture’s Principal but don’t let that title fool you into thinking he’s just a tech geek. He brings 20 years of global broad-based arts consulting experience to the table and helps clients break the cycle of choosing one-size-fits-none solutions and instead, deliver an option that allows them get ahead of the tech curve instead of trying to catch up by going slower.
“How can we catch up by going slower?”
We hear this all the time from frustrated marketing professionals and executives. Equally frustrated board members do everything they can to improve the tools their administrators use, but it is rare to see an office with enough resources to compare with peer for profit groups. Shrinking budgets and cutbacks in staff following the economic downturn haven’t made the job any easier, but the demands have never been higher.
The Venture Platform is designed to solve those problems and more.
While the phrase Triple Threat is something you usually encounter in the arts world, it absolutely applies to Venture’s, Nicholas Tran: software engineer, mentor, and writer.
Daniel Moore is a software engineer, a director, a dramaturg, a scientific researcher, and more. A lifelong learner, Daniel brings his curious and responsive process everywhere he goes. Daniel has degrees in Theatre and Physics from Arizona State University, and certifications across the spectrum, from networking to AWS.