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Music Managers' Forum - "Managing World's Music"

Music Managers' Forum - "Managing The World's Music"

UPCOMING MEETING DATES Auckland: Sunday, August 10. Temple Bar, Queen St @ 3pm. Free entry, all welcome. Contact National Co-ordinator Mark Roach for more details.

Wellington: Sunday, August 10. Indigo Bar, Cuba St @ 4pm. Free entry, all welcome. Contact Regional Co-ordinator Stephen Upton for details.

Hamilton: Tuesday, August 12 as addendum to the 'Tempo' conference on Music & Marketing which runs from 7-9pm. There will also be a MMF stand during 'Tempo' courtesy of the Hamilton Community Arts Council. Contact Regional Co-ordinator Nardene Berry for more details.

IN THE FUTURE Australian National Conference, Sydney, October 9-11 New Zealand National Seminar Series #2 with international guests. Mid October, dates t.b.c.

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