Managing A Music Business Enterprise
By Glen Keogh on October 18, 2012 in Music
If you’ve ever looked into the murky world of the music industry, at the chief exec’s in their plush swivel chairs; at the thirty-somethings hunched over Macs; at offices with gold records in frames and thought, ‘why aren’t I doing that?’ then perhaps this is something of interest.
Generator’s Managing a Music Business Enterprise (MMBE) is returning to Gateshead College next term after celebrating a recent 100% pass rate.
The course has been lauded by several success stories of the music industry, and was created “so that people could leave the course with a qualification and also a ‘real world’ action plan to actually start a music business”. MMBE covers the fundamental areas involved in building and growing a business in today’s music industry and students will come away from the course with a nationally recognised Level 3 Diploma.
Phil Richardson of Gateshead College said: “We’re delighted to be working in partnership with Generator delivering the MMBE programme. The course offers unparalleled development of a student’s entrepreneurial music business skills and experience with many graduates progressing into this field.
“The quality of delivery is simply outstanding and students are clearly inspired from their sessions with leading music professionals, resulting in outstanding success rates. We are excited to see that the MMBE is building a national reputation, with MMBE already running at Music Business School, London and more planned to follow.”
For those interested in the course, Generator will be running a taster session on Wednesday 24 October at Gateshead College between 4pm and 6pm where you can meet the team and lecturers to find out more information, with the course beginning on Wednesday 7 November.
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