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Orientation Bookers Speed Networking Session

Orientation Bookers Speed Networking Session

Following the outstanding success of last years inaugural event, the NZ Music Managers Forum are proud to present the return of the Orientation Bookers Speed Networking Session. The event will be held in Auckland on Wednesday 15 November.

Members of the NZ Music Managers Forum are able to exclusively meet some of the main bookers for University Orientation and Re-Orientation events from around the country. This will be an invaluable opportunity to receive first hand advice on how to get artists booked onto Orientation lineups. Members who are based outside of Auckland are able to schedule Skype appointments with the bookers throughout the evening.

The Speed Networking Session is open to MMF members only and RSVP is essential, as all previous sessions have been booked out.

Deadline for booking is Wednesday 1th November - please click here to RSVP

To become a member of MMF and be a part of this networking session visit

Wednesday 15 November 2017
6pm – 9.30pm
MMF Members only
RSVP deadline Wednesday 1st November

Bookers appearing:

Palmerston North Craig Black: MUSA (Massey PN)
Wellington Kalum Murray: MAWSA (Massey Wtgn)
Beth Parker: VUWSA (Victoria)
Dunedin Jason Schroeder: OUSA (Otago)
Auckland Rosalin MacKenzie-Cripps: AUSA (Auckland)
Jason Woodroofe: ASA (Massey Akd)
Christchurch Lucy Blackmore & Ben Ellis: UCSA (Canterbury)


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