Singapore - All That Matters

The award-winning All That Matters (including the 'Music Matters Live' festival) returns to Singapore this September 11-15, 2016. Hear from a global line-up of keynote speakers and connect with the leading players in the Music, Sports and Digital entertainment industries. 

Billed as the gateway to the Asian entertainment industry, All That Matters is packed with thought-provoking conferences & workshops, inspiring talent mentoring, creative academies, networking sessions and parties. Attended by global leaders in music, digital and social innovation, management, marketing and entertainment.

2016 Keynote Speakers include:

  • Arthur Fogel - Chairman of Global Music and President of Global Touring, Live Nation Australia
  • David Shoemaker - CEO, NBA China
  • Denis Handlin - Chairman & CEO, Australia & New Zealand, President, Asia, Sony Music Entertainment
  • Pentatonix - Music Artist
  • Peter Levin - President, Interactive Ventures & Games, Lionsgate Entertainment
  • Sam Toles - Head of Global Content Acquisitions and Distribution, Vimeo
  • Stephanie McMahon - Chief Brand Officer & TV Personality

A VIP ATM ticket gives you access to:

  • Conference sessions at Music Matters, Sports Matters and Digital Matters
  • Coffee and lunch breaks daily 
  • Exclusive access to the VIP & speaker delegate networking tool
  • Select VIP networking & evening events
  • Entry to the Music Matters Live festival

A special rate of $849 (usually $999) is available for APRA AMCOS members on All-access VIP Passes. Expires 29 July.

After 29 July, the rate will go up to the full price of $1,399/APRA rate = $1,189

 

Register here using the discount code ATM16APRA


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Event Info

Date
11 Sep 2016 - 15 Sep 2016

Location
10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore

Time
4 day conference

Cost
Special APRA AMCOS rates available


Website
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