Music Business Courses in London | MMBE Accreditation

One Wednesday Per Week - 10:00 am to 5:00pm - 13 Weeks.

Next Course Starts September 13th 2017


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The Managing A Music Business Enterprise (MMBE) course is your doorway to a career in the music business. Developed especially to teach those who want to build their own commercial music businesses including, Artist Management, Promoters, Record Labels, DIY Artists and more. Every element of the course contributes to a live business plan that is developed throughout the programme and can be implemented immediately when the course is finished.

Exclusive Workshops

Exclusive Workshops

Our workshops give you insight about how to use the latest digital tools and platforms to further your ambitions. Even if you’ve used these tools before, we promise that you’ll be amazed at what you’ll learn.

 

Leading music business organisations and companies such as SoundCloud, Hootsuite, rights collection companies PPL and the PRS all help you to gain the level of knowledge that might otherwise take years to accumulate.

MMBE Guest Speakers

Our exclusive Guest Speaker programme brings the sharpest minds from the music business into the classroom to connect directly with you. You’ll learn about Artist Management, Running a Label and Digital Marketing direct from the experts who are all leaders in the UK and International Music Business.

 

Leading music business organisations and companies such as SoundCloud, Hootsuite, rights collection companies PPL and the PRS all help you to gain the level of knowledge that might otherwise take years to accumulate.

 

Music Business School Guest Speakers Include:

 

Chris Panayi – CC Panyi Accountants; Tahir Basheer – Partner at Sheridans; Chris Carey – Global Insight Director at EMI Music; Ed Poston  – Executive, Writer & Publisher Relations at Broadcast Music Inc; James Farrelly – Membership Manager at the Association of Independent Music; Lynne McDowell – Senior Communications Manager at British Phonographic Industry; Pete Thoms – Sessions Official at the Musicians Union; Eric Longley – Director of Taxation, Prager & Fenton; Robert Horsfall – Lawer and CEO at Sound Advice; Eamonn Forde – Freelance Music Journalist; Jonathan Robinson – Programme Director at Music Tank; Robert Pratten – Managing Director at Transmedia Storyteller Ltd.

‘I was given the opportunity to meet and network with leading industry professionals, from radio show producers to tour managers and music media developers. I have personally gained in knowledge, understanding and contacts.’ – Andrei, London

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