Black Music Congress Offers Free ‘Niche Genres: Surviving As An Indie Label’ Seminar

Black Music Congress Offers Free

Black Music Congress (BMC) seminar lays bare strategies for surviving as an indie record label by a panel that’s been there, and continue to survive in these difficult times

‘Niche Genres: Surviving As An Indie Record Company’ is a free seminar, which forms part of BMC’s British Black Music Month activities. It is a must for anyone running an indie record label.

Tap into guys whose industry experience include founding and running reggae-specialist Ariwa (1981), African/world music-specialist Stern’s (1983), R&B/soul-specialist (tbc), and dance music-specialist Funktastique (2000), to find out advice and strategies for surviving as an indie within a presently turbulent industry. Find out what Association Of Independent Music (AIM) can do for you, whether you’re an experienced or novice record label owner.

Panel of the seminar, supported by Association Of Independent Music (AIM), consists of Neil ‘Mad Professor’ Fraser (Ariwa Sounds owner), Robert Urbanus (Stern’s Music ND), Faron McKenzie (RepMe owner), Michael Fuller (Association Of Independent Music legal). Chair: Kwaku ( Music Congress founder).

The event at PRS For Music’s boardroom in London’s West End is free, but must pre-book:

Region: All
Start Date: 11/07/2011
End Date: 11/07/2011
Start Time: 18:30 to 21:00
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Sponsorship: Not Available
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Name: Kwaku
Phone: 020 8450 5987