Screen Tasmania’s tangible resources include their Logo and Marketing and Promotion techniques. Screen Tasmania further has developed the cross-cultural working relations through working with aboriginal artists and aboriginal community with a five year strategic plan devised for the company to further grow (Screen. 2015).
Screen Tasmania has permission from the government to have its own logo as an extension of Tasmanian government which helps to promote the company further, i.e. if you receive funding from Screen Tasmania your agreement will require to publicly recognize Screen Tasmania’s support; a way through which company’s logo is able to circulate on various platforms and hence people are looking for sponsors on a large scale the company is able to attract many customers.
Screen Tasmania devices a 5 yearly strategic plan which mainly focuses on quality and innovation, growth and sustainability, promotion and participation, performance and accountability, for companies as Screen Tasmania where a five year strategic plan is a necessity it needs to be bit flexible or to have a back-up strategic plan so that with the change in time and condition policies can be revised and company can benefit more if a policy backfires or is not suitable enough to be applied (Screen. 2015).
The Screen Tasmania produces a magazine by the name of Respective Cultures which provides a specifically Tasmanian perspective as a contextual companion to other cultures. This magazine is an important tool in supporting people who believe in integrity of arts and culture, including heritage and history. Moreover this booklet can be used in fostering the cross cultural relationship within the arts industry under some ethical boundaries which specifically are in bondage with the Aboriginal Tasmanian perspective of arts and culture. This booklet can be of great use for the company if circulated internationally as well and encouraging the inclusion of some international perspectives on arts and culture in the booklet so that a the booklet presents a comparative analysis of arts and culture and Screen Tasmania’s position in the world of arts and culture moreover, this inclusion of some other perspectives and world-wide circulation of the magazine will be appreciated across borders which can help Screen Tasmania widen its corporate circle and have a variety of subjects to work upon.