Help Musicians NI is excited to partner with the Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) and CMU:DIY to bring the Artist:Entrepreneur Day to Northern Ireland for the very first time next year.
Taking place at Belfast’s The Sunflower on Saturday 26 January, the event will provide artists with practical tools and tips on how to build a sustainable business around their music work.
The day is set to be led by artist entrepreneurs Jack Gourlay, Lisbee Stainton and Cormac Neeson - they’ll be sharing invaluable insights into how they monetise their music, how they've built a fanbase and a brand, and what business partners they've worked with throughout their careers. Duke Special will also be there to speak about how he's built a successful business around his music work.
The day will also feature a series of Artist:Entrepreneur Guides from CMU:DIY on subjects ranging from digital channels to music rights. Special industry guests – including promoters, agents and digital experts – will also be in attendance to answer questions about what they do in the industry and how they might be able to help artists with their careers.
Tickets are available now - get 50% off with the code HMUK50.
Find out more about the Artist:Entrepreneur Day, including the day’s schedule, on the CMU:DIY website.