The University of Education, Winneba recently hosted a successful music business seminar presented by Apprise Music Distribution, a renowned music distribution firm. The seminar’s topic was music distribution and promotion, and both students and instructors actively participated in it.
The attendees, who showed up in excess of expectations, found the event to be a terrific resource. The lecture covered a wide variety of subjects pertaining to the dynamics of music dissemination. How artists and rights holders might increase their profits in connection to the numerous music exploitation channels was one of the main themes explored. This includes mechanical, publishing, and distribution royalties for musical works.
The session also looked at how a record company and a distributor of music vary from one another in terms of what they do. Participants gained knowledge of the prerequisites for music marketing and dissemination. The talks were interesting, lively, and educational.
Michael Bamfo, CEO of Apprise Music Distribution, was ecstatic by the attendees’ participation and attendance. He stated that the firm was dedicated to advancing both corporate growth and music education in the nation. He continued by saying that the seminar was a terrific chance to impart information and expertise to the upcoming generation of members of the music business.
The lecture was well received by the attendees, who noted that it gave them useful information on how the music business operates. They appreciated Apprise Music Distribution for planning the event and applauded the presenters for their knowledge and proficiency in the subject.
Richard Sumah, the director of communication and marketing for Apprise Music Distribution, was one of the seminar’s resource people and presenters. Tinu Adaja, manager of artists & labels, and operations manager Grace Nyele.
The fruitful music business seminar was a part of Apprise Music Distribution’s continuous initiatives to promote the expansion and advancement of the nation’s music industry. In the future, the firm intends to host events of a similar nature to further both commercial growth and music education.
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