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MIDI for Music Industry Success

MIDI for Music Industry Success

MIDI, an industry-led and community inspired organisation, is committed to local music industry success, MIDI trustees said today.

MIDI – the Music Industry Development Initiative – was formed when key industry players saw the need for the industry to lead itself to success.

MIDI will help local music industry plug into larger markets by creating an environment for the local music industry that promotes: Investment, Employment, and Business opportunities.

MIDI will help develop local music industry infrastructure and provide an industry framework for local and international success. This will mean people who want to make music their living can succeed and have the tools to succeed.

With support from Wellington Mayor, Kerry Prendergast, MIDI is organising the inaugural Wellington Music Week during October 2003. Major highlights will be The Windys Music Awards and Music Trade Show.

You can subscribe to receive further information about MIDI and Wellington Music Week at www.midi.org.nz. If you would like to be involved in any way with Wellington Music Week please contact midi@midi.org.nz.

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