This event brings together music investors and specific startups with the purpose of unearthing disruptive solutions that will drive the music industry forward.
Why should you attend?
This drinks reception will provide you with a chance to network with digital experts in the independent music community, innovative start up companies and organisations that support the development of the music meets tech community.
Guests will also have the chance to speak with representatives from AIM, Digital Catapult, DIT and a special guest (TBA).
If you and your company want to get ahead in the world of music and meet the people and organisations that will empower you to do so, this is a not to be missed event.
The Music Meets Tech Mixer is hosted in partnership with AIM (Association of Independent Music) & Digital Catapult, DIT (Department for International Trade).
AIM (Association of Independent Music)
The Association of Independent Music (AIM) is a trade body established in 1999 to provide a collective voice for the UK’s independent music industry. AIM represents over 800 music companies, from the largest independent labels in the World to underground stalwarts, DIY artists, start-ups and independent distributors. AIM promotes this exciting and diverse sector globally and provides a range of services, discounts and events to members, enabling them to grow, grasp new opportunities and break into new markets.
Digital Catapult is a technology innovation centre that unlocks digital growth in the UK economy. It works with companies of all sizes to transform their businesses by accelerating the practical application of digital innovation. We bridge the gap between research and industry, finding the right technologies to solve problems, increase productivity and open-up new markets faster.
DIT (Department for International Trade)
The UK’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has overall responsibility for promoting UK trade across the world and attracting foreign investment to our economy. We are a specialised government body with responsibility for negotiating international trade policy, supporting business, as well as delivering an outward-looking trade diplomacy strategy.