Music Business Course to Equip Caribbean Producers for the Export Market

26 Jul 2017


Learn how to: Enter the music market and succeed; protect your intellectual property, copyrights, trademarks and domain names; find and negotiate with purchasers and distributors; prepare your music marketing plan and identify your niche; use social media to market your music and reach your fans

The Saint Lucia Coalition of Service Industries (SLCSI) in collaboration with the Trade Export Promotion Agency (TEPA) will on July 27, 2017 launch its inaugural Business of Music online course under the theme “Enhancing Capacity for Music Exports”.

Learn How to Enter International Music Markets

Designed by regionally acclaimed Jamaican Entertainment Lawyer, this course will target music practitioners interested in pursuing the business of music with the view to entering the international music markets.

The Business of Music course was developed in keeping with the Services Go Global (SGG), a program offered by the SLCSI directed towards small to medium size business who wish to export their services.   The course is delivered online and comprises twelve modules linked with additional reading material and resources.

A Wide Range of Subjects

To enhance the learning and interaction, participants will also be able to access the Business of Music platform where they can engage in discussions with other participants.  Participants will benefit from  presentations by Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) on topics such as Marketing and Branding, Intellectual Property Law and contracts and The Role of Digital Technology and the Internet in Music Distribution.

The Business of Music course is funded by the Caribbean Export Development Agency (CEDA) under the 10th EDF on behalf of the Caribbean Network of Services Coalition (CNSC).

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