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AMA'S



INTERVIEW WITH ELEVEN MANAGEMENT'S NIAMH BYRNE & RÉGINE MOYLETT

DATE: 06 DEC 2017
Eleven Management is a prime example of a progressive company that’s navigating its way through the often murky waters of the music business with no trepidation.
Founded by Niamh Byrne and Régine Moylett, the firm was honoured for its groundbreaking work with the Entrepreneur of the Year Award at the Artist and Manager Awards in November.

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EDUCATION



ESSENTIALS OF MUSIC MANAGEMENT AND LIVE & TOURING DAY: 2018 DATES

DATE: 28 NOV 2017
We’re pleased to announce some of our first training dates for 2018, with our Essentials of Music Management course and Live & Touring day due to take place in January and February respectively.

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DISCOUNTS



MEMBERS DISCOUNT AVAILABLE TO AIM'S INDIE-CON

DATE: 14 DEC 2017
AIM are pleased to announce the return of Indie-Con, their 1-day conference covering all areas of independent label business. Indie-Con returns to London’s Glaziers Hall on Thursday 8th February 2018, and MMF members can get 30% off tickets.

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The FanFair Alliance



#Toutsout - The FanFair Alliance

Industrial-scale online ticket touting remains a black mark on the UK’s live music scene - ripping off fans and causing significant harm to British artists and music businesses.

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Dissecting the Digital Dollar



Helping artists and managers navigate the streaming business

MMF has published a series of reports, guides and tools to help artists and managers better understand the streaming business.

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Mental Health



We've published a Music Manager's Guide to Mental Health

The MMF and music charity Music Support have published the first ever Music Managers Guide To Mental Health - a free-to-download publication that aims to provide music managers with information and advice to better protect their own mental health, as well as the well-being of their clients.

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