The Music Entrepreneurial and Creative Industry Summit
The Music Entrepreneurial and Creative Industry Summit in Palma, Mallorca, Spain will run from October 09 to 12 2022. The first global meeting hosted by IMPF for music publishers, songwriters and friends, with creative talks, panels, and time to meet, create, connect and do business.
IMPF is very excited to host a brand-new conference and writing camp that will bring together music publishers, songwriters and the wider industry from around the world. The event will include panels and speakers and lots of time to meet fellow members and colleagues for business and networking, all curated especially for the music publishing community, including an opening breakfast, closing cocktail and various sponsored meetings.
Panel discussions will include:
The State of the Nation; today’s challenges for the industry; Music in the present – new technology, the metaverse; the green transition; aggregation; what does it mean for the role of creatives, collective management, labels and publishers
Music Supervisors, Synch and Publishers. How music supervisors and publishers maximise the opportunities in the AV world of TV Fictions and Entertainments; explore the renaissance of contemporary TV drama, digital production and distribution, and the emergence of national and transnational genres
Streaming; where are we at. Where is the fairness in the streaming market and what is the perspective of authors, composers, music publishers, CMOs and platforms?
Buy-outs and Vod. Can the composer compose? Understanding the buy-out problem of composing for VoD platforms and buy-out contracts imposed on composers by US-based VoDs
The big future of independent music publishing – The future big picture thinking on where we will be in 10 years time
You can view the Programme here
IMPF is also hosting a simultaneous Songwriting Camp for writers/producers attached to IMPF members exclusively. See details here.
The Songwriting Camp runs for five days between the 7th and 11th of October and will bring together 30 writers, each signed to a publisher member of IMPF. The writers will receive clear briefs to write for specific artists and the songs written during the camp will be presented to the event on the evening of October 11th during a listening session and will be later pitched to artists and labels.
Both events are now at full capacity and registration is now closed.
IMPF is pleased to host both of these events under “The IMPF Network Project”, a Creative Europe Programme for members of IMPF.