Going Global 2017 welcomes its largest gathering and greatest assortment of international and New Zealand-based delegates to date, hosting 21 seminars and workshops over Sept. 1st & 2nd at the gorgeous Roundhead Studios.
Going Global 2017 brings to Auckland experts from Spotify, Paradigm Talent Agency, Bandcamp, 4AD, Sugaroo!, Secretly Canadian, BIGSOUND, Billboard, Subpop, ICHILE, Slate Entertainment, States of Sound
and so many more!!
Presenters from Chile, the United Kingdom, Australia, the United States, Singapore, and New Zealand will speak on topics as diverse as touring, booking, public speaking, digital sales – crucial information and knowledge that will jump start an international career.
The full list of programme activities is in the 2017 GGMS Seminar Programme Coming soon is the Going Global Conference app, putting all the information about speakers, panels, venues, artists and hobnobbing activities in the palm of your hand. Available on 29th August for both Android and iPhone, you will find the information you need to make the most of the opportunities that Going Global is bringing to you! Search ‘Going Global Music Summit’ in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
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“Over the years I’ve made some great connections at Going Global with international industry folks. Because of the ratio of speakers to delegates, the heavy hitters are really accessible, much more so than at the big conferences overseas. Personally it’s been most helpful for licensing my music internationally, and also touring.
On top of the international side of things, I find it’s a great place to catch up and touch base with the local industry and fellow Kiwi artists.”
Joining previously announced international speakers are 2 additional Chilean music ambassadors and 21 New Zealand music professionals:
NATE SPRAGUE (Owner/Music Producer/Engineer, Tinta Negra)
Nathaniel “Nate” Sprague is a musician, music producer and recording engineer with more than 10 years of experience in the production field. As a musician and entrepreneur, he has identified music’s capacity to add enormous value to products, services and audiovisual productions offered around the world. His goal is to bring clients’ propositions to life and help them communicate their message in an effective and memorable fashion to reach their target market.www.tintanegraproducciones.com
VICTOR BUTRON (Executive Producer, Agencia Nacional de Eventos)
Victor has more than 15 years’ experience in events as executive producer, artistic general producer, and cultural manager with extensive knowledge of the music and entertainment industry. He specialises in the creation of innovative and strategic marketing, event production, product development and creation of trademarks. Victor holds higher degrees in Protocol Management, Institutional Relations and Event Organization; Social Communication; Strategic Communication and Corporate Social Responsibility; and Pedagogy in Higher Education. https://www.producciongeneral.cl/
The impressive flock of New Zealand speakers at Going Global 2017 includes musician Anthonie Tonnon; Artist Manager Ashley Page, Page One Management; Caroline Stone, Caroline Stone Law; A Low Hum founder, Ian Jorgensen; musician Marlon Gerbes, Six60; IMNZ Co-Chair and Flying Nun Records, Matthew Davis; Mel Parsons, songwriter; Mikee Tucker, founder Loop Recordings and Co-Chair IMNZ; Nicky Harrop, AudioCulture and Massey University; Nicole Duckworth, Managing Director of The Drop; NicNak Media owner, Nicole Thomas; Olivia Young, manager of The Maple; Pennie Black, Pennie Black Artist Services; Openside singer Possum Plows; Roberto Mukai, founder of Mucho Aroha Music; Sarah Pearce, NZ on Air; Sophie Burbery, Little Bark; Artist Manager, CRS Management Teresa Patterson; NZ Music Commission Chairperson, Vicky Blood; and Victoria Kelly, Member Services Manager APRA AMCOS.