Take Note London

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    Ali Love - Artist / Hot Natured / Infinity Ink / Chemical Brothers Alistair Webber - A&R, Island Records Becky Tong - Co-founder, Juicebox / Radio Plugger Ben Pearce - DJ / Producer / Label Owner Purp & Soul Brendan Long - Agent, William Morris Endeavor Entertainment Carly Wilford - Founder, IAmMusicTV / Radio Presenter Charlie Tee - DJ / Broadcaster, Kiss FM / Kiss Fresh Charlotte Lucy Cijffers - Digital & News Editor, DJ Mag Coco Cole - DJ / Promoter / Presenter, Capital Xtra Dave Alcock - Agent / MN2S DJ Yoda - Artist Duncan Dick - Editor, Mixmag Gareth Ingham - Co-Founder, Crowdmix Grahame Farmer - Director, Datatransmission Greg Burnell - Partner, Stack House Management: Rudimental, Gorgon City, Kidnap Kid Halina Wielogorska - Solicitor at Clintons, clients include Disclosure, Radiohead, Seth Troxler Hodgson - DJ / Producer Huw Owen - Producer, BBC Radio 1's Essential Mix Jack Robinson - Founder of Dimensions, Outlook and Horizon Festivals Jerome Porritt - A&R, Warner Bros Music Jimmy Napes - Solo Artist / Producer / Song Writer: Sam Smith, Disclosure Kate Hutchinson - Deputy Editor, the Guardian Guide Kidnap Kid - DJ / Producer Laura Jones - DJ / Producer, Leftroom / Visionquest / Constant Sound Marcus Barnes - Editor & Writer / Author of 'Around The World In 80 Raves' Melissa Maouris - Founder, Maouris PR Nick Sabine - Co-Founder, Resident Advisor Ralf Kollmann - Label Founder, Mobilee Records Roni Size - DJ / Producer / Live Act / Label Owner: Full Cycle Sam Potts - Head of Radio, Columbia Records / Founder, Young Guns Network Tom Riley - A&R OWSLA / Manager, Catalyst Artist Management
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  • With endless music conferences popping up around the world including BMC in Brighton, WMC in Miami, ADE in Amsterdam, Midem in Cannes, SXSW in Texas and IMS in Ibiza, LA, Singapore and now China, it is clear that electronic music needs a conference dedicated entirely to music students and young professionals, with less focus on high level industry networking and more focus on learning and directing careers in a comfortable, inspiring and inviting environment. We are a generation of entrepreneurs and independent companies challenging long-standing institutions while countless new and talented artists seek originality in a saturated market. Young people in music are encouraged to build their own projects and identity, making an impact on the industry and opening doors for themselves in order to follow a career path that is exciting and potentially very lucrative, whilst being one of the hardest to manoeuvre. Hearing from the leading lights in electronic music share their wisdom and offer advice, Take Note ensures it's delegates are suitably armed and fully equipped to make the right choices and lead a fulfilling and successful career in music. By playing a vital role in educating the next generation we can inevitably sculpt the future of our industry.
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