This event should attract a diverse crowd, including music tech startups, artists, bands music managers, seasoned entrepreneurs, investors and music industry professionals.
Representing the show, Rassami Hök Ljungberg said: “As we have been researching and developing Music 4.5, we have encountered enthusiasm and support from both the artists and artist management, as well as from the music-tech entrepreneurs. There is clearly a desire to engage and collaborate more and closer with each other.
“The focus of Music 4.5 reflects this ambition by being forward-looking, aiming to inspire a new creative discussion around the opportunities in the shifting business landscape.”
Petra Johansson, co-founder of 2Pears, adds: “Music 4.5 is just the first of a number of peer-to-peer events in the music technology sector, inspiring creative networking between music tech businesses and artists. We expect to be back with more related events in the near future – watch this space!”.
The one-day conference takes place in the Cavendish Conference Centre in central London on Thursday March 4. It will include a series of panel discussions, a debate, case studies, The Travelling Teen Panel, and at the end of the day, a TechCrunch Pitch! Competition @Music 4.5, followed by an evening party in collaboration with the PRS for Music.