We’re pleased to announce some of our first training dates of next year.
Our Essentials of Music Management is a one-day course covering everything the MMF thinks you need to know as a manager. Taught by digital marketing expert Erik Neilsen this course is a great opportunity for those just starting out to those who want a refresher and to hear all the latest developments in the music industry. We’ll cover PRS & PPL, social media, websites, D2F and much more! We are also joined by top industry lawyers, accountants and a music insurance broker to explain their side of the business and why it’s so important! This course takes place on Tuesday 16th January.
Our Live & Touring Day is a one-day course, taught by Erik Nielsen and a guest tour manager – this time with Andy Inglis of 5000 Management, which will give you an in-depth view on touring today and how to make the most of it. From tour budgets and merch, to why the tour manager should always be the last person through passport control, this course will help you maximise the bands income from a tour and make you a better and more efficient tour manager. This course takes place on Tuesday 13th February.
Both courses will take place at Electra House, London Metropolitan University, 84 Moorgate, London, EC2M 6SQ, and run from 10am-5pm.
Tickets cost £120 per course including VAT.
MMF members can claim 50% discount on tickets for each individual course. We are also running a special offer – you can book onto both courses for just £100, a further £20 saving on your MMF discount!
Trade body members (AIM, BASCA, BPI, FAC, MPA, MPG, MU) can all claim a 25% discount on tickets to the individual course.
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