The MMF are delighted to announce a new partnership with Facebook and Instagram. Facebook wants to engage more with directly with managers and develop relationships to ensure that artists are engaged in the progression of Facebook’s musical journey.
Throughout the course of the partnership, MMF Members can expect to benefit from unique resources for managers, events and other comms including the following guides which are now available on the MMF Member resource page:
– The Year In The Life Of An Artist On Facebook & Instagram.
– Creative Talent Playbook
– Music Products
Facebook & Instagram are thrilled to partner with Music Managers Forum and look forward to building relationships with the artist & management community in the UK. Through this partnership, we hope to champion music artists & representatives and guide them towards meaningful success on our platforms.”
– Erik Giusti, Music Partnerships, Facebook
“We’re excited to work with the music industry in an entirely new & unique way that enables artists to connect with existing & new fan circles around the world, enabling them to enhance the stories they will tell and the moments they will share on the platform with the magic of music. We’re just getting started and have so much more to explore, we’re excited to be on this journey with the industry.”
– Perry Bashkoff, Global Head of Commercial Label Partnerships, Facebook
Please help us by filling in the survey, linked below for us to take a “temperature check” on how you currently engage with Facebook in relation to the artists you manage and what you want to learn more about. This will ensure the content and engagement delivered as part of the partnership is relevant to you.
“The MMF is genuinely excited to welcome Facebook and Instagram as Associate members. Both platforms will play an exciting part in future of our business, and we look forward to fostering strong and productive relationships across the UK’s music management community.”
– Annabella Coldrick, Chief Executive, MMF
Fill in the manager survey here
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