March 23, 2007 at 9:10 am | Posted in digital downloads, emusu, music | Leave a comment

Music Connected is a 1-day event focused on the digital world and independent music companies, tightly targeted and without unnecessary frills, that delivers a fantastic return on time and money. Previous events have seen over 400 attendees from the digital and independent label communities, including iTunes, Napster, Vital:PIAS Digital, eMusic, Myspace and Vidzone and labels Beggars/XL, Cooking Vinyl, V2 and Sanctuary amongst others.

This time, the event will return to the centrally based CAMDEN CENTRE. The format will be based around two rooms, one with networking space, a bar and a networking lunch – along with space for around 24 stands to be hosted by digital companies. We’ve reduced the number of stands available this time, so that we can offer the networking lunch that was so popular at last April’s event.

The seminar room will host a session of free 2 minute introductions, allowing up to 30 digital companies to introduce themselves to label attendees. There will also be a keynote speech from Merlin CEO Charles Caldas, and three seminar sessions with a focus on online marketing – as requested by AIM members.

As a digital company you may wish to simply attend the event, or to host a stand.

Attending the event

Visit the AIM website NOW to book tickets – click here http://www.musicindie.com/242.asp?sub=Events#. Entrance is £20 inc VAT and lunch for members/Friends of AIM, and £80 inc VAT and lunch to non members. There is a 15% discount on the standard price for members of MMF, MPA and BPI.


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