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Four to Six Hour or One to Three Day Event
Self-explanatory –The conference may last from 4-6 hours or from 1-3days, whichever you choose the Music Industry Connection (MusicTherapy 101) Team is ready for the task.
A Keynote & Feature Addresses
One or more keynote and feature addresses will be given throughout theday and to culminate the spirit of the event of increased learning,networking for business and service to others
Break Out Sessions
These sessions will be used for greater learning opportunities about themusic business and will be tied into the need for a formal educationthrough studies of business administration, management, accounting,marketing, technology and other related fields. Several professors and/or recruiters onsite would be great to interact with attendees of theconference.
Question and Answer Forums
These forums will be used during the main part of the conference and willreplace traditional panel settings. In this way attendees have the ability tohear more in-depth information on a given subject. For instance, ininterviewing a commercially successful music producer questions may beasked as to how the money is really made, who handles their legal,accounting and other business affairs and do most of their executive teamhave a formalized education.
Conference Expo and Product Display
One of the key elements that is often missing in a music conference arelocal and regional businesses that directly impact the local music industry.This is an opportunity to incorporate many of those businesses whereinthey have a chance to display their products and services as vendors.Keeping in mind that some companies are small entrepreneurial entitiesrun by a few or often one person. Any vending fees should be kept to aminimum and/or exchanged for marketing of the event to their coreaudience. b.
The real goal is to drive foot traffic and attendance to the event, so more people have the ability to network, learn about the music industry and howyour schools programs will help them achieve their goals for long-termsuccess in business.