The FIRST annual electronic music conference in the UK run by the industry for the industry will be held on the 11th and 12th of April 2014 at the Brighton Dome and various venues across the town.¬†Already attracting some of electronic music‚Äôs most influential companies and thought leaders. With a strong focus on business and education, the two day UK event is backed by leading industry bodies such as Beatport, Native Instruments, Pioneer, Ableton, Sennheiser, Mixcloud, Novation, Funktion-One, Roland, Point Blank, DJ Mag and Spotify.
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Over 100 speakers and 50 electronic music focused panels and seminars are already locked in place. ¬†The talks will cover topics including The Future of Artist ‚Äď Fan Connections, Royalty Distribution, Sync Licensing, New Revenue Streams, Plagiarism, passing off and image rights and The Current State of Electronic Music – What‚Äôs Coming Next& The evolution of clubs and the festival boom.
Some of the industry leading speakers include Terry Weerasinghe, VP of Music Services at Beatport, Mark Williamson, Director of Artist Services at Spotify, Meindert Kennis, Brand & Marketing Manager at Spinnin’ Records, John Truelove, owner of Truelove Music, Jon Lee, Head of Traktor Marketing at Native Instruments, Ryan Keeling, Editor Resident Advisor, Bobby Simms Founder & Owner¬†Popshop Agency, Allan McGrath Label Manager – Anjunabeats/Artist Manager – Involved Management, Aaron Mellor CEO Tokyo industries, Rob Wilder Global Events & Tour Manager Gate Crasher, Tony Rigg Founder The Laboratory Project.¬†
BMC tickets start at just ¬£8 for the Exhibition, Panels, Workshops and Showcases and ¬£86 for the Industry conference which includes entrance to networking events and parties.
Believe Digital will be attending the BMC, if you wish to arrange a meeting with our team, ¬†do not hesitate to get in touch sending us an email at email@example.com
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