From the idea to the realisation of the project: how to play your cards right? The case of the Cultural Corridor in Montreal.
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Entrepreneurship is a game, requiring taking risks to achieve a vision. The entrepreneur's background and the environment of his or her project offer a set of cards to be handled with discernment. For the Cultural Corridor, this game is a complex mechanism: more than 20 actors with varied needs, a 3.6 km area to be revitalised spread over 3 districts and ambitious objectives of social impact and cultural vitality. So how do you develop your pack of cards and turn a vision into action by playing them skilfully? Follow the Corridor!
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Curious and stimulated by all forms of emerging creativity, Paul Hugo applies himself to developing and structuring visionary projects with a significant impact on local communities. Having cut his teeth in the fields of video games and architecture, he wants to demonstrate his attachment to his adopted city, Montreal, by leading an ambitious territorial cultural project with MR-63 and PHI: the Cultural Corridor. With a bachelor's degree in information-communication and a master's degree in management of cultural enterprises from HEC Montréal, he is involved in several strata of cultural life here and is committed to promoting inclusiveness as well as the influence of the next generation of creative artists.