Get to know Song Sleuth on the 4th of November at CCB
We’re thrilled to announce that we will be participating in this year’s Digital Music Days conference, which makes its welcome return to Centro Cultural de Belem (CCB) in Lisbon on 4th – 5th November.
DMD is one of Europe’s leading conferences on the digital music business. Expect thought provoking presentations and discussions exploring trends within the digital music market on all professional levels, from start-ups to large music companies as well as self-released artists (https://digitalmusicdays.com/). DMD is organised by AMAEI in partnership with CCB with the support of MERLIN and Level:UP Distribution. AMAEI was founded in 2012 with the purpose to organise, unite, defend and promote the independent music sector in Portugal and abroad and is celebrating in this 4th edition of the Digital Music Days its 10th anniversary.
The event will be attended by some of the leading names in the industry, such as Phillippe Rixhon, managing director at Phillippe Rixhon associates and CEO of DIGICITI, a company focused on the balance between fundamental rights, moral and material interests, and intellectual property rights. Paul Pacifico, CEO of AIM (Association of Independent Music) who is also on boards of UK Music, Impala, The Music advisory boards for London’s Roundhouse and member of the strategic advisory board of the creative industries federation, and Hazel Savage, with 15 years of experience in the industry, former CEO/Co-founder at Musiio and current VP of Music Intelligence at SoundCloud.
Representing Song Sleuth will be our Head of Operations and Product Manager, Jay Eau, who will present our novel approach to solving the music rights problem within the digital music industry.
Jay has been passionate about music from an early age being a classically trained cellist, with 10 years of experience in the music industry. Having worked at live events, booking agencies, a music tech company and as an artist manager, Jay is committed to the advancement of innovative music tech solutions for the betterment of creators and rights owners alike.
Lisbon folk, come and say hi if you’re going. We’d love to see you there.