Can the Music Industry Afford To Go Green?
"Can The Music Industry Afford To Go Green?” is the question that MusicTank are asking at their next event on the 30th March.
Julie’s Bicycle certainly thinks so and have partnered with Knowledge Connect to provide support worth up to £10,000 for London based businesses who would like to make their companies more environmentally friendly and reduce their carbon footprint.
Julie’s Bicycle will be unveiling details of these grants at the MusicTank event where we will also hear from the likes of Tony Wadsworth, Chairman of the BPI; Jon Webster, CEO of the Music Manager’s Forum; Andrew Haworth, Environmental Manager at Live Nation; and Nick Ladd, founder of the Glade Festival, discussing and debating the opportunities, dilemmas and costs of tackling climate change within the music industry.
This event will be of particular interest to SME’s who would like to make a commitment to environmental sustainability but might not know how.
This evening event will take place at PRS for Music, Berners St, W1 March 30th at 18.30-21.00hrs.
Don’t miss out! – Register for MusicTank’s "Can The Music Industry Afford To Go Green?” evening event at: www.musictank.co.uk/events/sustainability
Tickets (£20) have been subsidized by Knowledge Connect and include networking drinks
Should you require any further details regarding this event or wish to request press passes please don’t hesitate to contact MusicTank:
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7915 5412