Building a Fan base, Social & Music Media

Urban Development x Multi-Track Industry Takeover Seminar

In the second of this series of Industry Takeover Seminars, Urban Development and Multi-Track get underneath how build a fanbase and grow your social media channels. Online platforms, social media and other digital tools are vital for capturing and growing your fan base. Find out which social media and digital channels matter; how do you get the most out of them on a limited budget? At what stage should you start reaching out to magazines, radio and how is the most reliable way to get their support?

Chris Cooke – CMU:DIY (Chair)
Carly Heath – Gutterfunk/freelance marketer
Eva Greene– Black Acre
Duncan Harrison – Crack Magazine

This event takes place at Engine Shed
Ages 16+

Due to unforseen circumstances, Cassie Rowan of Shazam UK is no longer able to appear at this seminar. Fortunately, Eva Greene of Black Acre will join the panel.

What is Industry Takeover Seminar series?

British Urban youth music charity Urban Development have teamed up with Multi-Track, Bristol Plays Music’s into-industry portal, to bring their hugely popular Industry Takeover Seminar series to Bristol.

Packed with game-changing advice and unrivalled insight from the music industry’s biggest players and new-wave of disruptors, Urban Development and Multi-Track’s specially curated, forward-thinking seminars will deliver advice to help aspiring artists and industry professionals get a foot in the door.

For more information and to view all events taking place in the Industry Takeover Seminar series click here.

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  • Home of London’s new urban music talent Urban Development specialise in professional development, events and education.

  • Multi-Track is Bristol’s into-industry portal providing professional development opportunities for those involved in the city’s underground music scene to advance.

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Bristol Beacon

On Wednesday 23 September 2020 Colston Hall changed its name to Bristol Beacon.

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