BOP Consulting team
Meet the people who work with you to plan, design and deliver sustainable cultural projects, demonstrate their impact and identify opportunities for you to evolve and grow.
The City as Creative Platform: New Urban Centres of Creative and Digital Services
Great Place Legacy Report
Impact Assessment Edinburgh Festivals
Evaluation of the DCMS Culture Recovery Fund
Creative Industries and the Climate Emergency: The Path to Net Zero
Economic Impact of NDT Broadgate
She is currently the project lead for BOP500, BOP's flagship global index dedicated to cities, culture and the creative economy.
As Senior Consultant, she brings experience leading the delivery of the World Cities Culture Forum (2017-2021), including the launch of a leadership exchange programme, policy webinar series, summits research programme and reports. A core part of this work was the collection and analysis of cultural indicators across 40 world cities as part of its 2022 report. She also developed the framework for a Cultural Mapping programme across 8 partner cities.
She has experience in the public sector, working for the Culture and Creative Industries unit at the Mayor of London's Office and in the private sector from her roles at Frieze Art Fair and as Deputy Director of the London Design Biennale.
She holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Cambridge in History and an MUP (Masters in Urban Planning) from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University.
Martha has over 15 years' experience working the culture and creative sector, with a particular focus on international cultural policy making, cultural events and planning.
A global research and consulting practice for culture and the creative economy
We work around the world to build and support new cultural and creative economies. We have created a set of tools that give leaders and decision-makers an unparalleled understanding of their cultural and creative assets and how to make the most of them. Here is a selection of our projects.