Managing A Music Business Enterprise (MMBE) is the UK’s leading music business course. This fast track Level 3 Diploma Qualification will be delivered for the first time in Northern Ireland from May 23rd at the Oh Yeah, Belfast. MMBE is a must for anyone wanting to work in the music industry, through gaining the skills and knowledge the course has to offer, those attending can quickly turn their dream job into a reality. Not only does it teach the people interested all about music but also refers them sites like https://www.salesforce.com/hub/crm/crm-system-benefits/, where they can visit to expand their business knowledge.
MMBE will be delivered in association with The Department for Employment and Learning, Generator, Oh Yeah and Creative & Cultural Skills. MMBE delivers the skills and knowledge essential to running a sustainable music business. This is the only course of its kind in the UK.
Developed and led by Generator, the UK’s leading music development agency, this 13 week course provides the knowledge, support and a Level 3 Diploma Qualification for people who want to make the music industry work for them. MMBE is run by industry experts and features music business leaders as guest speakers. MMBE Course content is based on real-life scenarios and adapted to shifting trends in the industry.
Contents covered in the MMBE course are:
- Supply Chain and Revenue Streams
- Identifying Commercial Opportunities
- Establishing Routes to Market
- Sourcing Finance and Investment
- The Role of the Artist Manager
- Artist Management Companies in the Music Industry
- Live Music Promotion and Events
- Record Label Infrastructure and Revenue Streams
- The Music Publishing Business
- Music Licensing and Synchronisations
- Digital Music Business Models
- Digital Media and Marketing Strategic Marketing
Stuart Bailie, CEO of Oh Yeah says, “We have great resources of musical talent in Northern Ireland, but there’s a lack of business expertise when it comes to bringing the artists to market. In the past, we haven’t encouraged music entrepreneurs and we’ve lost many of them to London, Dublin and beyond. This MMBE course will help to fill an important gap and in the long run may bring the revenue from management, publishing and other sources back here.”
MMBE will be hosting a free of charge taster day on Tuesday, April 23rd at The Oh Yeah Centre, this is designed to give those attending an overview of what the course has to offer and how it can assist them with progressing their career within the music industry.
To sign up for the MMBE taster course please contact; firstname.lastname@example.org