Belgian pan-European scientific and artistic organisation Impala, in partnership with Mastering the Music Business, is calling on interested participants to register for the third Impala Campus digital workshop to be held on 17 May.

The workshop targets recorded music professionals and self-releasing artists around the globe who are at the beginning or early stages of their careers. 

UK-based entertainment lawyer and music business consultant Michael Fuller will deliver one-to-one mentoring sessions tailored to meet the needs of selected participants. Based on his in-depth experience in the music business, he will offer career advice and guidance to the mentees to help them achieve their aspirations and overcome specific challenges.

Ten selected participants will receive high-level training by music industry experts on the following topics: 

  • Merchandising.
  • Brand Partnerships.
  • Overview of the Music Industry Ecosystem.
  • Data Insights.
  • Digital Marketing.

Note:

  • Participation in the workshop is free, and participants will get free access to the Mastering the Music Business conference between 31 August and 2 September in Bucharest.
  • The organisers seek a balance in terms of gender, under-represented groups and other protected characteristics.
  • Based on several criteria, including the participants’ level of engagement in the workshops, two participants will be selected for a follow-up mentoring session, which will take place after the workshop.

How to apply

Interested individuals should send their CV along with a short cover letter in English to contact@impalacampus.eu.

The application deadline is 3 May (CAT). Successful applicants will be notified on 5 May. 

View the original call here.

Mac Nuru

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