It’s that time of year! SXSW is just around the corner, and we have clients on two panels up for consideration. We need your support through your votes! Voting for these panels closes TODAY, September 6th at 11:59PM CT.
”Can Altruism Be The New Music Business Model?” (vote here) and “Why Small Sounds Make a Big Impact” (vote here) are amongst the choices in SXSW’s 2014 Music Conference and 2014 Interactive Conference, respectively. With your vote, these panels will showcase industry leaders Christopher Tyng (Founder of Grow Music Project), Peter Schwinge (General Manager of New Music Seminar), Adam Shore (Owner of The Daily Swarm) and Anina Moore (Program Administrator of The Texas Commission of the Arts) voicing their opinion on altruism in music and Joel Beckerman of Man Made Music and Fast Company’s Tyler Gray sharing a whole new perspective on Sonic, respectively.
To get a sneak peek of and to vote for ”Can Altruism Be The New Music Business Model?”, click here. For “Why Small Sounds Make a Big Impact”, click here.
It’s super easy to register and vote, and it’s a great way to get an exclusive preview of the 2014 conference panels. Thank you in advance for your support!
- The WE+PR Team