As mergers, consolidations and their requisite downsizing abound, what does it take to reinvent your career? How do you find a lane and forge your own new opportunities? Many have done it and are finding a rewarding path.
James is a Vice President and member of the senior management team at Extensis Group, a firm that serves as the outsourced human resources department for 250 companies, including a number of media, tech and service companies in the New York area. | | Previously James was Vice President Human Resources at Warner Music Group and prior to that was VP Human Resources at TVT Records. | | James founded Hudson Gain Corporation, which he sold in 2011. He is also an investor in start-up music... Read More →
Currently SVP of Marketing for Razor & Tie (started in March 2011), previously SVP of Marketing/Video Production for eOne Music from the years 2000-2011. Artists I've worked with directly over the years include All That Remains, P.O.D., Jim Jones, DJ Khaled, Sean Kingston, For Today, Saves The Day, Jon McLaughlin, Hatebreed and many more
Rick Goetz is a music marketing consultant by way of being an aspiring musician and a ten year career at major labels like Atlantic, Elektra and EMI doing A&R and marketing. He has worked with major artists such as Kid Rock, Matchbox 20, Sugar Ray, the Corrs, Dream Theatre and Damage Plan. | | In 2009 he founded Musiciancoaching.com, an online resource for musicians and music executives focused on DIY music marketing , new music technology and best business practices. Through... Read More →
After a career in music working for the likes of No Depression, LimeWire, and Billboard, Tom Monday is taking what he knows about marketing music products and applying it to independent, artisanal food products with his new venture, Indie Canteen.
Catherine is Director of the NYU Undergrad Music Business Program. Her new book, Introduction to the Music Industry: An Entrepreneurial Approach,is a must-read for every musician or music fan who is contemplating a career in today's entertainment industry.
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