Singapore - All That Matters Conference

All That Matters, Asia’s leading music, sports & entertainment industry conference, will return to Singapore in September this year. The region’s premiere ‘Business-2-Business-2-Fan’ event experience is the gateway to Asia and will continue to reflect the convergence of the entertainment industry. 

Music will join Gaming, Sports, Online, and Marketing ‘Matters’ as the fifth track in the cross-disciplinary format that allows delegates a unique chance to learn from industry leaders. Part Industry Conference (September 11-13) and part Music Festival (September 9-13), All That Matters will once again bring thousands of executives and music fans to Singapore to enjoy the entertainment and debate the trends that continue to shape Asia’s billion dollar music, sports, entertainment and online industries.

A special discount code for our members to receive 15% off! Use code: ATM17APRAAMCOS here

Key speakers include:
●  Hartwig Masuch, CEO, BMG
●  Andy Ng, Group Vice President, Tencent Music Entertainment Group
●  Rob Roy, VP, Content Acquisition, Netflix
  Italo Zanzi, Executive VP & Managing Director Sports, FOX Networks Group, Asia
  Troy Carter, Global Head of Creative Services, Spotify
●  Alex Zhu, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Musical.ly
  Ty Roberts, CTO, Universal Music Group
●  Jonathan Dworkin, SVP, Digital Strategy and Business Development, Universal Music Group
  Shazia Makhdumi, Global Head of Family & Education Partnerships, Google Play

 


Event Info

Date
09 Sep 2017 - 13 Sep 2017

Location
Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore


Website
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