A broad range of 1-2-1 sessions are now available to book with the below individuals and organisations. Simply email Ashley Lawrie (firstname.lastname@example.org) to check availability and allocate your slot.
Paul McFadyen (Senior Producer, BBC The Social): Wednesday 27th June
Stuart Flemming (Senior Manager, Scotland & Northern Ireland, Writer & Publisher Relations- Membership, PRS for Music): Wednesday 27th June
Sat Bisla (Founder, A&R Worldwide): Wednesday 27th June
Duncan McCrone (Senior Manager- MCPS Scotland): Wednesday 27th June
Charles Kriel (Writer/ Broadcaster): Thursday 28th June
Laurian Davies (UKFT): Afternoon of Wednesday 27th/ Morning of Thursday 28th June
Jaki Love (Textiles Scotland): Afternoon of the 27th/ Morning of Thursday 28th June
Carol Sinclair (Applied Arts Scotland): Morning of Thursday 28th June
Kathy Shenoy (New Craftsmen): Morning of Thursday 28th June
Alison Goring (Head of National Film and TV School): Afternoon of Wednesday 27th June
Adam Gee (Commissioning Editor, Little Dot Studios): Afternoon of Wednesday 27th June
Gareth Hydes (Commissioning Editor, Radio, Music and Events, BBC): Afternoon of Wednesday 27th June
EmuBands is a digital music distribution service, based in Glasgow. Since 2005, we’ve helped thousands of artists and labels to get their music on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon and more. Artists and labels earn 100% of the royalties generated and maintain ownership of their rights. EmuBands’ one-off pricing model means there are no annual fees.
Rightsbridge is a new Glasgow based music copyright management service that helps copyright creators and owners understand, administer and monetise their songs and recordings from one convenient platform. The company has also consulted on projects that see music users working with copyright protected music in a manner that is both respectful to creators and compliant with UK copyright law.
Each one-to-one session will last a maximum of 25 minutes.
In addition to the above, partners will be available for informal discussions with attendees at our Trade Stand area located on the first floor foyer at Eden Court Theatre. However, if you would like a dedicated one-to-one session with representatives from any of the organisations listed below, we kindly request that you register your interest by emailing Ashley Lawrie: (email@example.com)
BFI (British Film Institute)
The British Film Institute certification unit is the first point of contact for applicants wanting to qualify their film, video game, high-end television programme, animation programme and children’s television programme as British in order to access the UK’s creative sector tax reliefs. The unit offers advice on qualification under the creative sector cultural tests or the UK’s bi-lateral co-production agreements and the European Convention on Cinematographic Co-production for film and television. The team are available to meet applicants at any stage of production or development to offer advice on the process and the tax reliefs. Please come and visit the BFI stand and find out how the creative tax reliefs could apply to you, regardless of the size of project or company.
MUSIC PRODUCERS GUILD
The Music Producers Guild (MPG) (UK) promotes and represents all individuals in the music production and recording professions. It is a professional organisation that embodies collective and individual creative contributions to the production and recording of all genres of music and media related activities. As a guild, the organisation has no political party affiliation.
MUSIC PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION
Trade association for music publishers in the UK, with over 260 members, representing around 4,000 catalogues, covering every genre of music.
The University of the Highlands and Islands is the United Kingdom’s leading integrated university encompassing both further and higher education. We are not a traditional university. We are different. We are part of a new breed of tertiary institutions, the only one in Scotland and one of only a few in Europe.
CREATIVE EUROPE DESK UK- SCOTLAND
Promotes awareness and understanding of Creative Europe, the European Union's Programme to support the cultural, creative and audiovisual sectors, providing free advice and support for applicants from the UK.
HELP MUSICIANS UK
The leading independent music charity in the country. It has an unrivalled reputation for helping thousands of musicians establish themselves in the music business, get through a serious crisis, cope with long-term difficulties and enjoy retirement.
Based in the Scottish Highlands, since our first course in 1993 Moniack Mhor has been running creative writing courses tutored by some of the finest authors in the UK and beyond.
We put makers at the heart of all we do, championing diverse and high-quality contemporary craft. We help people learn about, appreciate and buy craft, promoting the contribution of craft to Scotland’s cultural, economic and social well-being.
The Scottish Music Industry Association (SMIA) is a trade body, set up in 2008 to foster, promote and serve the best interests of Scotland’s music industry. Their membership encompasses individuals and organisations working across all sectors of Scotland’s music industry, including promoters, record labels, studios, artist managers, distributors and more.
A highly skilled and experienced arts admin agency, providing support, essential services and resources for supporting rural touring for arts practitioners and organisations.
Wasps mission is to provide space and support activities in which creators can prosper. Wasps vision is to be an inspirational home for creative practice. Through activities and advocacy we will continue to deliver affordable spaces in which the broad artistic community can realise and share its talent and skills.
An Lanntair is a hub for creativity and the arts in the Outer Hebrides. We are a multi arts venue. Our work stretches across a national and international platform, yet our distinctiveness lies in being ‘of the place’, rooted in who we are, and the creativity of Gaelic and the Outer Hebrides takes centre stage.
GUILD OF UK AND EUROPEAN MUSIC SUPERVISORS
The UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors is dedicated to raising awareness and understanding of the role of a music supervisor within the entertainment and media industries including film, television, gaming, advertising, trailers, interactive media and theatre.