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MMF Announce Music Month Speed Networking Sessions

MMF Announce Music Month Speed Networking Sessions

The Music Managers Forum (MMF) will present a speed networking session this NZ Music Month (May) for budding music managers interested in gaining a valuable insight into local music festivals and radio, as well as the opportunity to sit face to face with a line-up of esteemed music industry personnel.

To become a member of MMF and be a part of these networking sessions, please go to www.mmf.co.nz

A line-up of Radio Programmers from the country's top broadcasters and Festival Bookers from leading music events will be on hand for quick fire one on one interaction and to answer all of those burning questions.

The speed networking session will be held at The Tuning Fork inside Auckland's Vector Arena on Wednesday, May 28 from 6 to 8pm.

The event is open to MMF members only and booking is essential. Click HERE to book.

RADIO PROGRAMMERS

ZM - Matt Anderson
The Edge – Ross Flahive
The Rock – Riccardo Ball
George FM - Willy McAlistair
Radio Hauraki - David Ridler

FESTIVAL BOOKERS

R&V/R&A - Alex Turnbull
Laneways - Ben Howe
BW Festival - Toby Burrows
Homegrown - Mark Wright

For more information contact Lorraine Owen - lorraine.owen@mmf.co.nz

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