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fuller and Thompson

An opportunity not to MISS

6 Mar

Following the success of West Australian Music’s first exclusive Members workshop with PJ Bloom, WAM and APRA|AMCOS are now excited to announce the first instalment of the 2014 Music Industry Sundowner Series, which will take place on Monday 17 March at The Rosemount Hotel from 6pm to 7.30pm.

Featuring one of Australia’s top entertainment lawyers, Melbourne-based Andrew Fuller, and Perth creative industries accounting expert Kylie Thompson, whose clients have included John Butler Trio, Mama Kin, Little Birdy, Katy Steele and Tame Impala, this highly informative session will uncover the financial and legal components that are vital to all successful music businesses.

Drawing from their extensive expertise and experience working in the industry, Andrew and Kylie will provide practical advice on how to access and manage music revenue streams, approach distribution deals, operate under different business types, develop agreements and assemble teams, thus being ideal for anyone looking to hone their music business skills and make the most out of their music.

WHAT: MISS: Making Music Work For You: Entertainment Law & Tax
WHEN: Monday 17 March, 6 – 7:30pm
WHERE: The Rosemount Hotel, cnr Angove and Fitzgerald St’s, North Perth
ENTRY: FREE for WAM/APRA members who RSVP to [email protected] before 5pm Friday 14 March or $5 for non-WAM/APRA members

For further details please contact:
Claire Hodgson WAM Membership & Industry Development Officer
e: [email protected] p: 8 9227 7962

Government of Western Australia Department of Culture and The Arts Australian Government

WAM is supported by the State Government through the Department of Culture and the Arts, and is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.