23.08.18

Discounted FastForward: London 2018 passes for AIM members

 

As part of our on-going partnership with the boutique conference, AIM members can get 15% off delegate passes for FastForward London 2018, held at The British Library in Kings Cross on 28 September. FastForward:London is a one-day event offering keynotes, panel discussions and intimate networking aimed at (but not exclusive to) under 35s building a sustainable career in the modern music industry.

FastForward:London is a one-day event offering keynotes, panel discussions and intimate networking aimed at (but not exclusive to) under 35s building a sustainable career in the modern music industry.

AIM has been a proud supporter of FastForward since its inception and, for the second year, is offering 5 emerging member labels or self-releasing artists the chance to attend FastForward:London free of charge. At least 3 of the tickets have been allocated to member labels based outside of London, for whom AIM will cover travel costs, as part of the organisation’s commitment to supporting labels right across the UK.

Those winners are:

Estée Blu (London)
Phwoar and Peace (Cardiff)
Super Kitchen (Essex)
Tiergarten Records (Warwickshire)
Vula Viel (London)

Jude McArdle, Membership Manager of AIM, said: “FastForward is an excellent event focussing on the next generation of music industry leaders, and we are excited to give AIM members the opportunity to benefit from the invaluable expertise and networking opportunities that the conference provides. AIM has a massively diverse membership of forward-thinking independent music companies up and down the country, and that’s plain to see with these winners!”

If you missed out in the competition, you can still buy tickets for the conference with a 15% discount as an AIM member here.

FastForward recently added more speakers to the line-up, joining Bronya Francis (Warp), Emily Scoggins (Marketing consultant), Kevin Molloy (Global Media & Entertainment) and Kwame Kwatan (Ferocious Management) and lots more.

Date: 28 September
Time: 10am
Location: The British Library, Kings Cross