The Ultimate Seminar has announced more speakers to its line-up of industry leaders.
BBC Radio DJ MistaJam, Imagem Music UK’s Kim Frankiewicz, and artist manager John Woolf will be at the one-day event, Europe’s largest free music business seminar organised by Cre8ing Vision in association with the University of Westminster and now in its seventh year.
The event, which is designed for young music professionals, consists of a series of panel discussions chaired by industry leaders, speed-networking sessions and music masterclasses.
A video Q&A with CEO and chairman of Universal Music UK David Joseph will open the event.
The speakers join the likes of president of Capitol Records UK Nick Raphael, Atlantic Records publicist and owner of Wired Rachel Campbell, BBC broadcaster Nihal Arthanayake and more.
The event is sponsored by Island Records, RCA, Polydor, Virgin EMI, Ministry of Sound, PRS, Casio, Arts Council, BMI and Odd Child Music.
Cre8ing Vision founders Kwame Kwaten, Nicola Charles and Andrea Euell said: “This year we’ve come through with as robust a line-up as ever, with the added flavour of an insight from emerging talent, sharing their stories and experiences as relatively new additions to the musical landscape.”
The Ultimate Seminar takes place on Saturday, November 19 at the University of Westminster and is open to anyone aged 16 and over.
By Ed Nightingale