The music industry is rapidly evolving, largely in-part to innovative tech, something that will once again take centre stage at BIGSOUND 2019.
BIGSOUND Tech will return to this year’s conference, with applications now open for entrepreneurs to showcase at the September event.
The program will allow punters to discover some of Australia's best emerging start-ups while offering those behind the tech a chance to network and gain valuable feedback from industry leaders, while also getting training, mentorship and support.
Past mentors have included the likes of Philip Vafladis (chair of business innovator Innovoys), Peta Ellis (River City Labs), Paul Niederer (equity-based crowdfunding expert) and Terry Gold (Techstars incubator MD).
Online platform I Heart Songwriting Club, which “offers a supportive community for songwriters to write songs weekly whilst being held accountable to the writing process”, featured at BIGSOUND 2018 and has since received considering growth.
“If you want your music tech company to be seen and heard, then you should be at BIGSOUND,” I Heart Songwriting Club founder and CEO Francesca De Valence said.
“As a direct result of showcasing in 2018, I Heart Songwriting Club has not only doubled it membership, but we have been supported by many peak bodies around Australia allowing us to travel interstate to present our product and platform to hundreds more songwriters, plus the unprecedented access to enthusiastic and support mentors who continue to shape the connections and learning opportunities for our business.”
Head to the BIGSOUND website for more information.
BIGSOUND returns to Brisbane's Fortitude Valley from 3-6 September.