£40 (can only book online: see early bird £30 deal below)
BritishBlackMusic.com (BBM) has joined with Inner Rhythm to present the third of its extraordinary afternoon workshop to help you use the science and art of creating and designing a winning music business strategy to transform your music business and career to new heights.
Well-known music business consultant Kavit Haria and BBM’s Kwaku come together to give you tools, models and ideas behind successful independent music business strategies and show you how to create your own. You’ll also learn how to join the music industry dots, how to gain more exposure using traditional marketing and new-world internet marketing.
You’ll walk away knowing how to…
0.Put together a framework for your music business plan
0.Craft a vision that’s so compelling it’ll drive you faster towards your music results
0.Get yourself niched successfully so you be an authority musician
0.Understand how the old, traditional music industry works (it may be dying but it’s powerful and can’t be ignored), and learn how to move forward in the new online market
0.Understand key concepts of online and offline marketing
0.Fast track yourself through relevant Copyright and contract law
0.Hear case studies of musicians who are implementing a well-thought strategy and the results they’re achieving
0.And much, much more
When and Where?
The event is on Saturday 25th April 2009.
Registration starts at 1.30pm. Event Timings are 2.00pm – 5.30pm (last half hour is for networking and one-2-ones with speakers).
The event takes place at Bigga Fish Workshop Room, Rich Mix Cultural Foundation, 35-47 Bethnal Green Road, London, E1 6LA.
Cost: £40. Early bird booking costs £30 until April 18 2009.
To book or for more information: www.insidermusicbusiness.com/london
Who Should Attend?
This workshop is for you if you want to:
0.Achieve greater clarity and direction in your music business
0.Learn how to create a winning strategy that you can implement
0.Evolve as an independent musician to the next level
0.Hear about successful independent musician case stories and use their lessons to better your career
0.Get inspired to take action and start seeing results in your career
About The Speakers
Kavit Haria is a music business consultant – he speaks, writes and consults independent musicians and record labels on the topics of music business strategy, music entrepreneurship and music marketing.
Since 2004, Kavit has built up an internet newsletter readership of 12,000+ musicians worldwide to his well-known weekly ‘Musicians Development Newsletter’.
His most popular resource to date is the Musicians Mastermind – a ﬁve-month program that walks you step-by-step to promoting your own music and getting sales.
His clients testimonials and success stories speak about the quality and power in what Kavit shares. Today, Kavit speaks about 40-50 times a year, consults with musicians nearly every day and resides in London.
Kwaku is a qualified NVQ assessor, journalist, music and media industry consultant and facilitator, BTWSC course designer, facilitator and lecturer, music industry lecturer at Collage Arts, and former lecturer at City & Islington College, City University London, and University Of Westminster’s BA and MA music industry courses. He’s the founder of the Black Music Congress, holds MA degrees in Media, and Music Business Management, and LLM in Entertainment Law. He has organised, chaired and/or sat on numerous seminars and debates.
Specialist areas include: UK & US music industry practice, intellectual property (music copyright), media, event planning, UK and US popular and black music.
He has four decades on industry experience covering music publishing, record label and artist management. He began music journalism in the late-1980s. He’s the editor of BritishBlackMusic.com, and was international hip-hop columnist for Billboard, R&B columnist for DJ Magazine, R&B/soul, African music, and music industry columnist for Gargamel/G Mag, music contributor to New African magazine and BBC Radio London.
Rich Mix is a dynamic new cross-cultural arts and media centre in the heart of the East End. This vast former garment factory now houses a three-screen cinema; exhibition and event spaces, cafÃ© and a broadcasting centre for BBC London; opening throughout this year are recording and music training studios; a 200-seater performance venue; education and workspaces. In short, itâ€™s 62,000 square feet of activity and innovation, designed to bridge cultures and disciplines to create an entirely new kind of arts centre.
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