Rethink Music Venture Day Berlin 2014 | Berklee Valencia Campus

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Rethink Music Venture Day Berlin 2014

Presented by:  Berklee College of Music, Midem, and IE Business School
Where: Factory Berlin, Germany (Rheinsberger Strasse 76/7)
When: Friday October 24, 10AM local time
Event link: http://rethink-music.com/venture-day-berlin/
How to Attend: The event is free to attend with advance registration
Registration: Sign up here: http://rethinkmusicberlin2014.eventbrite.com

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Emilien Moyon, director of the global entertainment and music business program, and Stephen Webber, director of the music production, technology and innovation program, will be attending the second annual Rethink Music Venture Day in Berlin on Friday, October 24, 2014, at the newly launched and widely acclaimed start-up and technology campus: Factory, in the heart of the German city.

Emilien will be moderating the discussion 'Build your startup' at 10:45am (local time) and Stephen will be taking part in the discussion 'Technology, meet creation' at 2:30pm.

Berklee, Midem, and IE Business School will host the event which will provide a global networking forum with workshops and discussions for international music business start-ups, entrepreneurs, brands, and investors, the 2014 Rethink Music Venture Day will welcome keynote speaker, Paul Hitchman, managing director of Kobalt Label Services, as well as other guest speakers.

The Berlin Venture Day will also provide the stage for the final in Rethink Music’s search for 2014’s “next music business entrepreneur.” Entrepreneurs and businesses have submitted their start-up project for the chance to win a “business start-up package” worth more than $10,000.

The winner will be awarded a ‘business start-up package” featuring $10,000 in legal services through an in-kind donation from Duane Morris, LLP; space at Work bar in Cambridge; enrollment in an online certificate program from Berkleeonline.com; complimentary registration for Midem 2015; as well as access to investors and capital to launch their new music start-up.