LA - Success in the U.S.

RSVP to rware@apra.com.au

DISCUSSION, IDEAS, AND NETWORKING FOR LA MEMBERS

WHERE: IgnitedSpaces, 7080 Hollywood Blvd, Ground Floor, Los Angeles 90028

WHEN: Tuesday, 17 October, 10am - 3pm

RSVP ESSENTIAL BY SUNDAY 15 OCT: rware@apra.com.au

What's your LA story? 

Everyone who comes to the US to pursue a music career has an intriguing story. APRA AMCOS invites our LA-based members to a day dedicated to insightful discussion and networking with established industry players.

The morning kicks off with a panel moderated by Future Classic's Nathan McLay as he leads discussion with five industry leaders on the varied routes to success in the world's largest music market. A Q & A with the panel follows, along with lunch, an artist performance, and then onto an afternoon of roundtable networking with yet-to be-announced guests from multiple sectors of the music business.

"It’s going to be an open discussion about the pitfalls, the dos and don’ts, the things that are out of your control, and, ultimately, what does it take to establish an international presence in the current business? The others joining me on the panel have incredibly valuable knowledge, and I am really looking forward to what will unfold," McLay says. 

Join APRA AMCOS's Milly Petriella and Lani Richmond for what is sure to be a productive and inspiring day.

Petriella says, "Our members are making an unprecedented impact on the international market, and I think it is so important to get together, make connections, and support each other when taking careers to the next level. I can’t wait to catch up with everyone on the 17th."


Event Info

Date
17 Oct 2017 - 17 Oct 2017

Location
IgnitedSpaces, 7080 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles

Time
10am - 3pm

Cost
FREE


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