Sign up for sessions you wish to attend, or for the whole day and join us for great conversation and connection in honour of International Women's Week. All sessions will be held at The Academy at 80A at Universal Music Canada (80 Atlantic Ave, Toronto, ON).
Attendance is free for all. Women in Music Canada values diversity, equity and inclusion, and welcome's attendees from diverse backgrounds.
Submit your links for live asset reviews from pros. These marketing and publicity proswill review submitted online assess and provide tips and tricks to increase reach, impact and ultimately revenue generation. This session is designed to be fruitful for those being reviewed and others as themes and best practices are discussed.
*All who have registered as of Feb 23 will be sent a link to upload materials for review.
While Canada is an incredibly large market, most artists get to a point in their career where they look to new markets, to showcasing, applying for travel funding, building new teams and generally exporting their music. But what do you need to be 'export ready'? To qualify for export funding, to be of interest to international buyers and to jump on a plane prepared to have a successful export market business? This panel of international industry experts will demystify what you should have in order before packing your bags; what export means for artists, how to prepare, and how industry knows when an artist is ready to enter their territory. using case studies for real examples.
Nicole Rochfort - AIM Agency and Trade Routes Board
Maude St-Amand Courcy - Mundial Montreal
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With its upswings and challenges — when it comes to working with and engaging new technology. Often these conversations get stuck on the topic of existing and emergent social media. This mix of industry professionals, an academic voice, will look beyond that scope to instead include the changing material relationships with tech, how harm may be embedded in innocuous ways, what are the lesser-known, game-changing platforms that people should be thinking about and using, how to improve digital hygiene in order to improve burnout.
From vision to delivery, a solid budget, financial plan, and legal details need to be administered to ensure success. In this hands-on workshop experts will walk through the important building blocks to have in place and share their tips and tricks on budgeting for live, financial planning, managing tax data collection, filing, invoicing, and legal processes. All participants will receive templates to be used in future projects including budget templates and tips package.