Take Note London: 2.0

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  • London’s Electronic Music Conference For The Next Generation. SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED: Adrian Hughes - Head Of Marketing & Label Services, !K7 Records Alan Miller - Chairman, Night Time Industries Association Andy Blackett - Promotions Manager, Fabric Ashley Howard - Dance Account Manager, PRS for Music B.Traits - DJ / Presenter, BBC Radio 1 Becky Tong - Co-founder, Juicebox / Radio Plugger Carly Wilford - DJ / Presenter / Creator IAmMusic & SISTER Danny Daze - Artist / Founder, Omnidisc Records Ed Karney - Founder of GRADE Management: Seth Troxler, Jackmaster Elias - Artist Fabio Florido - DJ / Producer / Ambassador, PLAYdifferently Felix Faire - Artist Fiona Measham - Professor of Criminology, Durham University / The Loop Franziska Eichler - Partner at Extend Artists Agency Berlin / Booking Agent: Richie Hawtin Hannah Shogbola - Agent, Echo Location Talent Jeremy Abbott - Deputy Digital Editor, Mixmag Maria May - Agent, CAA Mark Brown - Founder, Cr2 Records Mark Lawrence - Director, Association For Electronic Music Mike Malak - Agent, CODA: Jess Glynne, Pusha T Norman Jay MBE Olivia Nunn - Head of Marketing, Universal Ralph Moore - Editor At-Large, Mixmag / Director, Moore Media Rich Cufley - Technical Director, Sound Services Rowan Carnihan - Charity Coordinator, Amy Winehouse Foundation Sam Potts - Head of Radio, Columbia Records / Founder, Young Guns Network Sarah Polonsky - U.S. Editor, DJ Magazine Sebastian Weingartshofer - Manager, MTA Management Sofia Ilyas - Founder, Float PR: Nils Frahm Steven Braines - Founder, The Weird and The Wonderful / Artist Manager: Maya Jane Coles, KDA Toddla T - Artist / BBC Radio 1 Tom Riley - A&R/Marketing, OWSLA & Founder of Catalyst Artist Management Tom van Berckel - Head of Business Development, Night Time Industries Association Tony Andrews - Founder, Funktion-One Vidhi Ghandi - A&R, Ninja Tune Whyt Noyz - DJ / Producer Last year’s Take Note event introduced a new type of conference into the electronic music world, one aimed at people attempting to break into it rather than for those within. Over forty speakers from diverse roles in major record labels, management companies, mainstream media, lawyers, agents, esteemed prs, artists and many more all came together to discuss aspects of the industry that were previously kept under wraps. This year Take Note is back to further educate, inspire and connect the next generation of our music industry. 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, but one of the hardest to manoeuvre. Hearing from the leading lights in electronic music, sharing their wisdom and offering advice, Take Note allows their delegates to enter this industry suitably armed and fully equipped to make the right choices and lead a fulfilling and successful career. Take Note plays a vital role in educating the next generation, those who will inevitably sculpt the future of our industry. Bill Brewster will host a special three-part series of events in association with Take Note at Second Home in the run up looking at club culture and trends in the capital, the first of which is on Tuesday Sept 13th.
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