Level Up: Plan Your 2020
Venue: Terrace Bar, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol, BS1 5AR
Date: Wed 29 Jan 2020
Time: 6:30pm until 10pm
Price: £5 incl. bf
Created by Young Guns Network and presented by Multi-Track
Join Young Guns Network and Multi-Track for an in-depth guide to the music industry. Gain practical skills to increase your planning capability and enabling you to focus on your priorities without getting distracted. Get familiar with the essential ingredients needed to keep things moving forward in your enterprise.
Packed with game-changing advice, practical takeaways and unrivaled insight from the music industry’s biggest players, this forward-thinking professional mini-course will enable you to upgrade your hustle and teach you how to manage your own music business career.
At this session you will:
- Get practical techniques for planning and goal setting
- Develop your 90 day plan into a year/multi-year vision
- Discover 50 job roles in the music industry beyond artistic/music making
- Get to know 20+ industry organisations including trade bodies, collection societies and funders
Meet the Speakers
Tamara Gal-On – Capitalise on Creativity
Career longevity is not something often associated with the music industry. Yet Tamara works with creatives and others in the industry to achieve exactly that. She helps them get paid well do their ideal, authentic work on projects that achieve the impact they really want. Tamara provides resilience strategies and tools to conquer the very real challenges of music industry life and to keep connected to the joy and dreams that drew people to the industry in the first place.
Tamara has been working with the music industry since her first project for the Music Publishers Association 12 years ago. Since then she has worked with Warner Chappell, the PRS Fund, PRS Foundation including working as part of their Keychange project, Nordic Music Export, Iceland Airwaves Festival, Tallinn Music Week among others. Tamara works with indie artists and managers as well as executives and freelancers from across the wider music industry.
Remi Harris MBE – Young Guns Network
Remi Harris is, at heart, someone who loves supporting creative people, and has spent over 20 years finding ways to increase their knowledge and success, whilst being a passionate advocate for diversity in the industry.
A founder staffer at AIM in 1999, Remi produced over 100 events, mentoring and training programs, creating the London Connected program while General Manager at AIM in 2007 to improve access to the digital market for hundreds of indie labels.
As Director of Operations at UK Music in 2011 Remi lobbied for better access to finance for music companies, inspiring her to write the book: Easy Money? The Definitive Guide to Funding Music Projects in the UK (2013) described as “essential reading for the DIY Sector”.
In 2013, she co-founded the Young Guns Network for young professionals in the industry, which has produced around 50 networking, training and music hack events.
In 2017 she was awarded an MBE for services to the Music Industry. She now runs her consultancy Remi Harris Consulting where she uses her experiences of working with small businesses and her MBA degree to train and advise creative businesses and people in business skills like planning, fundraising, governance, strategy, freelancing and finance. She also writes and speaks about parenting in the music industry.
Clients include Brighter Sounds, Somerset House Trust, The Barbican, Metal Culture, Small Green Shoots, The Musicians’ Union, Help Musicians UK, PRS Foundation/Keychange, Creative United, SPACE and many individual artists and small businesses.
DATE: 29th January 2020
VENUE: Colston Hall