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18.09.17

18 Sep Member discount: MMF, MPA Training – Artist / Music Management Professional Development Programme 2017

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Music Managers Foundation (MMF) are delighted to annouce guest speakers confirmed so far for Module Four of our Artist / Music Management Professional Development Programme 2017 on Monday 20th October. Details below.

ARTIST / MUSIC MANAGEMENT
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2017
 Presented by the MMF, MPA & MMF TRAINING
Supported by PPL

Module Four
Live Music & International Touring

Guest Speakers confirmed so far:

Stuart Galbraith (CEO) – Kilimanjaro Live
www.kilimanjarolive.co.uk

John Corr – Sound Moves
www.soundmoves.com

Chris Panayi – C.C.Panayi & Co LLP
Accountants and Business Advisors
www.ccpllp.co.uk

Subjects Covered Include:

  • Management duties & obligations
  • Building the Live Team (local to international): key issues & expectations
  • Booking agencies; festival producers & concert promoters: roles & relationships
  • Media rights & brands: new & existing opportunities & revenue streams
  • Budgeting, negotiation & cash flow: key issues, terminology & where the money goes
  • Tour & production management: documentation, logistics & predictable problems
  • Ticketing strategies; social media & database marketing
  • Deals & agreements: key terms & conditions, implications & negotiation issues in relevant contracts

Date: Monday 20th November 2017
Time: 5.30pm (prompt) – 8.30pm
New Venue:
PPL
1 Upper James St
London W1F 9DE

PRICES (per module 5.30-8.30pm, including refreshments)
MPA, MMF members: £37.50 plus £7.50 VAT = £45.00 per module
AIM, APRS, BASCA, BPI, FAC, IAMA, ICAEW, ISM, MPG & MU members; PRS for Music staff: £58.33 plus £11.67 VAT = £70.00 per module
Non-members: £83.33 plus £16.67 VAT = £100.00 per module

BOOKING INFORMATION:
Places are limited due to venue capacity. We strongly advise booking your place early.

Individual bookings are now through Eventbrite. If you are a member of any of the organisations listed below you simply need your discount code (to obtain your discount code please contact the relevant person/organisation below).

For corporate (multiple employee) bookings or if you prefer to receive an invoice and make payment via BACS transfer, please contact: angela@mmf-training.com

MPA Members: issy.dacre@mpagroup.com
MMF members: phoebe@themmf.net
AIM, APRS, BASCA, BPI, FAC, IAMA, ISM, MPG & MU members; PPL & PRS for Music staff:  angela@mmf-training.com
Non-members:  No code needed, just click on the link below.

Once you have your discount code (if applicable) please go to the following links:

Module 1:
https://management-module-1.eventbrite.co.uk
Module 2:
https://management-module-2.eventbrite.co.uk
Module 3:
https://management-module-3.eventbrite.co.uk
Module 4:
https://management-module-4.eventbrite.co.uk
Module 5:
https://management-module-5.eventbrite.co.uk

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE & CONTENT SUMMARY

Module 1: Monday 18th September 2017
Artist/Producer/Management Business Models & Agreements; Taking Care of Business; Money Management & Sources of Finance

  • The real 360 Degrees: music & media industry value chains & income streams
  • Artist & audience development; stories & narratives; strategies & plans
  • Management skills, competencies, roles & functions
  • Making a living! Business models, legal relationships & conflict of interest
  • Management agreements; key terms & conditions; mediation
  • Funding & financial support: capital requirements & available options
  • The process: from 1st contact / application to exit strategy / evaluation
  • Insurance & legal requirements
  • Intellectual Property, roles & rewards: ownership & income participation
  • Client rights management; insurance; control & reporting

Module 2: Monday 9th October 2017
Fan Base Development & Management / Music Media, Marketing & Promotion

  • Artist / fan relationships & business models
  • Fan behaviour & requirements
  • Community engagement & database marketing
  • Social media, content, channel & playlist strategies
  • Digital assets & physical editions
  • Analytics & data mining
  • Music media promotion & retail
  • Tools, widgets, plug-ins & digital service providers
  • Project & campaign planning
  • Predictable pitfalls & opportunities

Module 3: Monday 30th October 2017
Artist Licensing, Merchandising, Endorsements & Brand Partnerships

  • Brand requirements, aims & objectives
  • The artist / music opportunity
  • Brand relationship management
  • Artist management considerations & issues
  • Process & activities
  • Artist licensing, merchandising & endorsements
  • Key terms & conditions in brand and merchandising agreements

Module 4: Monday 20th November 2017
Live Music & International Touring

  • Management duties & obligations
  • Building the Live Team (local to international): key issues & expectations
  • Booking agencies; festival producers & concert promoters: roles & relationships
  • Media rights & brands: new & existing opportunities & revenue streams
  • Budgeting, negotiation & cash flow: key issues, terminology & where the money goes
  • Tour & production management: documentation, logistics & predictable problems
  • Ticketing strategies; social media & database marketing
  • Deals & agreements: key terms & conditions, implications & negotiation issues in relevant contracts

Module 5: Monday 11th December 2017
Recorded Music: Update & Agreements

  • The Recorded Music sector: music content & brand development in 2017
  • Record company & label roles, activities, rights & income streams
  • Guidelines & options for key terms & conditions in all contracts
  • Negotiating artist agreements
  • Producer & production company agreements
  • Neighbouring rights management: global options for producers & performers
  • Licensing, marketing & distribution
  • Project strategies & management: schedules, budgets, campaigns & co-ordination

 

Venue

PPL
1 Upper James Street
London, W1 United Kingdom
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