Going Global Announces New Speakers!

August 2nd 2018

Independent Music New Zealand (IMNZ) is thrilled to welcome 2018' keynote speakers RUBAN NIELSON & ANN HARRISON to the 2018 GOING GLOBAL MUSIC SUMMIT .

Are you ready to rock Auckland? No stranger to Aotearoa, Ruban Nielson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra fame will be speaking to New Zealand audiences ahead of his national tour dates about the rise and rise of UMO and how he has developed his craft over the past decade.

Ann Harrison, music lawyer, author of the music industry bible, ‘Music: The Business' and one of the "Top 100 most influential women in the music business worldwide (2016)" will bring to the studio her years of experience and advice in the creative world.
And... adding to the already impressive list of curated speakers attending the two-day music conference are international delegates;

ALISON ROSENFELD and TYLER McLOUGHLAN both specialise in locating, securing and overseeing music talent for TV and film - they will take participants through their process from pitching to placement - all with the goal of securing their artists some cash! BEN O'CONNOR, Co-founder of one of Australia's longest running and independent record labels Chapter Music Australia will discuss his 25 year career within the alternative music and the DIY culture of Australia. Senior publicist JACOB DANEMAN will teach his tricks and tips on a successful publicity campaign and deliver the latest PR strategies to help artists spread the word about their art, while respected journalist and Managing Editor of Australia's fastest-growing music media company, POPPY REID will report on exactly what cuts through the noise. GOING GLOBAL welcomes back leading Australian industry figure MAGGIE COLLINS to share her eleven years experience in radio, management and festival programming. And rounding off the list of music industry luminaries is OWEN MALLON, a music agent for leading entertainment talent agency Paradigm Talent who will guide the audience through what's involved in representing the careers of artists.

Visit goinglobal.co.nz for more details. 

 

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