Exilence presents Unlocking Music#5: Public Relations in the Streaming EraAfter the fourth event - focusing on music distribution - we'll go through the music PR business with some special guests in the music industry. The Public Relations sector has experienced one of the most radical change in the Streaming Era, with blogs losing importance day by day, the Social networks communication dominance and the At the event panel, we’ll talk about music PR: how it is now and what it used to be - before the streaming era - and what will (likely) happen to this sector in a future made of both the opportunities the challenges of the digital market. As always, expect an informative and engaging panel, with some moments for networking.
PANEL GUESTS - Amie Evans (Founder & Head of Press - IHartPR)
Amie has been involved in the music industry for 6+ years.
Her early days at Ministry of Sound Radio lead her to her first job in music pr. She now runs her own PR agency representing up and coming artists, international musicians and events.
- Alex Jobling (Co-Founder Burstimo)
Alex started his music career in 2013 and with over 6 years of experience in digital marketing, devised and implemented marketing strategies for major artist, generating awareness for musicians across the globe.
Alex founded Burstimo alongside Maddy Raven to bring modern marketing techniques to the music industry.
- Eleonora Cutaia (Founder - AheadPR)
Founder of AheadPR and creative entrepreneur all round, Eleonora Cutaia is also an artist in her own right.
With a background as touring DJ and producer as Inner City Sound Clash, she understands the different sides of the music industry and always aims to “think outside the box” in all her endeavours.
NETWORKING During the event we'll throw special networking moments. Prepare your business cards and get ready to meet more music-minded people.
ABOUT EXILENCE A collective of music producers, performers and creatives based in London aiming at disrupting the current hype-driven music scene. The collective incubates several music projects, all linked by a simple concept: MUSIC IS ART it comes first, gets beyond people and before any business, brand or else. The agenda of the collective comprehends both autonomous actions as well as collaborations with like-minded partners. From Silence comes the Revolution
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