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Developing Innovative Music Ventures and Industry Partnerships
Thu 12 January 2017, 19:00 – 21:30 GMT
They're things many in the industry need to know more about.
This live-streamed interactive development talk enables you to understand in hours from the comfort of your home what could otherwise take you years - how do you develop an innovative, investable music venture - from digital services to real-world platforms, design a scaleable business model, create new services that engage larger audiences, build better partnerships and engage investors?
Developing Innovative Music Ventures and Industry Partnerships brings together years of trusted experience and expertise into a number of learning themes. Providing fascinating insights, tools, strategies and examples on how to design a better business model and revenue models, build new partnerships, engage investors and more. An understanding that will remain with you for life.
Anthony David King is a British innovator, who began his career in the music industry in 2001, as part of a team marketing global artists and music brands such as Beyonce and MTV to 20 million fans throughout the UK. And has worked with a number of music ventures, Silicon Valley and helped to develop more than 200 ventures across Britain.
He now works with ambitious creatives, music start-ups and organisations in both the UK and LA to develop innovative ventures and partnerships. And is also the label and venture advisor for the new Innovation Hub of the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) - the organisation behind the Brit Awards and Mercury Music Prize, that represents 90 per cent of the UK's recorded music industry and labels around the world - where he helps to build partnerships between forward-thinking music labels and innovative tech start-ups to grow their audiences and explore new sources of revenue. In 2016, Anthony was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts for his contribution to developing innovative ventures across Britain.
Learning and outcomes
1. Defining your industry purpose - discover how to identify, create and communicate your venture's industry purpose and position in a clearer way by applying 7 innovative questions.
2. Designing a scalable business model - see how to design, structure or improve your business model, and different types of revenue models.
3. Creating new music services - understand how to create new services to engage new and different audiences.
4. Building new partnerships - hear how to identify and build the best partnerships with large and small partners, and understand how to make potential partnerships more attractive.
5. Engaging Investors - feel more confident knowing what investors look for in an investable venture, learn the best way to communicate it with them, and create a plan for engaging investors.
6. Live Q&A
Learn live, easily
Simply register your place and you will receive a link via email to access and join the live-streamed interactive online talk from the comfort of your home or work at the scheduled date and time, along with the agenda and brief instructions for participating. All you need is a computer, or a laptop or a tablet device, and a good internet connection to see and hear the training, take part and ask questions. And a notepad and a notepad to take loads of notes!
Who should register?
Unsigned music artists, small independent labels, startup music ventures, music-tech ventures, managers and any interested music creatives.
Secure your place with peace of mind. If something comes up, and you aren't able to join the training after all, simply request a full refund up to 7 days before. Or request to join the next one.
What others say
"Words that resonated in a massive way, with a fresh insight." - Artist & label owner
"I cant believe what it has done for me - I soooo needed this." - Participant
"I thought I knew a lot when I started, this proves how much i didn't" - Music start-up founder"
"Wow - I wish I had done this 2 years ago, I would be years ahead by now." - Label founder
Does my venture need to be up and running?
No, as each learning theme can be applied to many stages of development.
Got questions or feedback?
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