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Back to Basics Seminar - Auckland

Back to Basics Seminar - Auckland

Tuesday 9 June 2015

The Music Managers Forum NZ (MMF), along with NZ Music Commission is proud to present a free Back to Basics seminar in Auckland on Tuesday 9 June for those who are new to management and wish to learn about the fundamentals of the music industry.

The Back to Basics session will focus on all the useful information new managers need to know including contracts, setting up your band’s business, how to put together a strategic plan, marketing and promotion, collating a press pack, as well as advice on how to plan an album release and putting together a tour.

Three music industry professionals will be on hand to share some indispensable knowledge and to answer questions from attendees.

- Teresa Patterson (Manager – I Am Giant, Iva Lamkum, PleasePlease)

- Lorraine Barry (Manager - Dave Dobbyn, Terrible Sons, LA Mitchell, Nomad, Mel Parsons, Mark Vanilau, co-manager Benny Tipene)

- David McLaughlin (Entertainment Lawyer, McLaughlin Law)

Auckland
When: Tuesday 9 June
Time: 6 - 8pm
Where: APRA AMCOS Boardroom, Unit 113, Zone 23, 21-23 Edwin St, Mt Eden, Auckland

Drinks and nibbles provided.

The seminar is free and open to all. Book your place by emailing lorraine.owen@mmf.co.nz.

ENDS ##

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