Sunday, November 27, 2022

Music Entrepreneur Conference Goes Virtual For Second Year

Each year, the City’s Musician Entrepreneur Conference offers guidance to those looking to develop their careers in the music industry through talks with artists, producers, educators and entrepreneurs. 

When COVID-19 stopped most of the music business and caused the industry to redefine and set new goals, the Conference shifted to a virtual model. For this year’s conference, the fifth edition, which starts today (October 18), presentations will again take place virtually, allowing for a greater number of panelists and participants. 

Each one-hour session begins at 3pm on each day of the conference and will be streamed live on the Hamilton City of Music Facebook page and later published on the City of Hamilton’s website. Each session is free to attend.

This year’s conference takes place over the course of a week from Monday to Friday, coinciding with Small Business Week. As in past years, the Conference is the City’s only contribution to the national celebration of entrepreneurship organized by the Business Development Bank of Canada that has taken place for over forty years. 

The conference is an initiative of the Hamilton Music Advisory Team, which is made up of a group of local music industry representatives and assist with the City’s Music Strategy. Focused on the local music scene, the majority of presenters and moderators also work locally. 

Topics for this year’s conference include:

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