Hosted by Sound Connections 

In the current climate of uncertainty, individual musicians and music educators are having to rethink the way they work, in some cases in an online environment, and consider how their ‘business’ may function beyond the pandemic when live activities resume.

Whether you want to set up a project or business, work with children and young people in a range of creative settings or monetise musical and creative skills, this session is open to all. Get Business Ready is geared towards helping musicians and creative practitioners strike a balance between creativity and sustainability.

This is a rework of our live Get Business Ready course. It is designed for individual musicians, music educators and musically-inclined creatives to support with growing your practice and business.

All participants will receive a one-to-one, 30-minute development needs analysis / peer mentoring session with a mentor during the weeks following the course.

 

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10 free tickets are available for Wired4Music members

General Ticket: £10 (includes a 30 minute one-to-one mentoring session)

 

Programme

  • Keynote speech: How to Future Proof Your Music Business (Millicent Stephenson)
  • Introduction to Funding (Adem Holness, Arts Council England )
  • Introduction to employment and tax (Chris Walters, Musicians Union)
  • Being inclusive in your practice; growing a network; time management tools and strategies (Jennifer Raven, Sound Connections)
  • Introduction to Building your brand and identity (Hakeem Stephens)
  • Case study: Lucy Drever

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Space for informal networking and conversations

 

This course is delivered in partnership with Musicians Union and Trinity

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