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Shibuya Venue Oct.28 - 29 Seminar Information

We are pleased to announce the schedule for 16th TIMM business seminar panels. In these seminars, to help develop Japanese music in the overseas markets, focusing on noteworthy trends, we will hold eight seminars with various speakers and moderators,from the domestic and international music markets.

Oct.29 (Tue)

■Venue
TIMM Seminar Room 1
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Shibuya Venue Oct.29 Seminar Information

Co-organizer : Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) & Independent Music Coalition Japan (IMCJ)
WIN : A Gateway to the Global Community -Opportunity and Challenge of Independents

■Date & TIME
Oct.29 (Tue) 10:00-11:30

■OUTLINE
The global nature of the modern music business presents unique challenges and opportunities for the independent sector. How can independent labels and their local associations benefit from being part of a global community, with a united front on key issues and a focus on growing international business opportunities? Members of the panel represent many regions of the world, and will discuss their experience of working with the international independent network. They will give an overview of key developments, opportunities and observations from their own experiences, and assess how these may apply to the Japanese independent sector.

Moderator:
Charlie Phillips

COO, WIN
(Worldwide Independent Network)

Speaker:
Justin West

Chairman, WIN
(Worldwide Independent Network)

Speaker:
Helen Smith

Executive Chair, IMPALA
(Independent Music Companies Association)

Speaker:
Richard James Burgess

President & CEO, A2IM
(American Association of Independent Music)

Speaker:
Carlos Mills

President, ABMI
(Brazilian Association of Independent Music)

Speaker:
Takashi Kamide

CEO, IMCJ
(Independent Music Coalition Japan)

Digital and Social Marketing in China. The Present, the Possibilities and the Future

■Date & TIME
Oct.29 (Tue)  12:00-13:30

■OUTLINE
Discussing current situations and trends on digital and social marketing in China. How do we approach the market and what are the strategies we need to take? At this panel, the panelists will touch on the new opportunities in the Chinese market and how we can embrace the big trend in the region.

Speaker:
Rob Schwartz

Asia Bureau Chief, Billboard magazine

Speaker:
Alan Swarts

Co-Founder & CEO, BREAKER INC.

Speaker:
Tanya Tang 

Greater China Team Leader, BREAKER INC.

Speaker:
Allen Hao

CEO,StarStation

Speaker:
Julie Zhu

Founder, StarStation

Keynote Talk
The Continuously Changing Relationship Between the Media and Music, and its Future Prospects

■Date & TIME
Oct.29 (Tue) 14:00-15:30

■OUTLINE
The media and music have always been influenced by the changing times and closely related to each other. In an era where everything is increasingly concentrated on smartphones, how should we move forward with media in order to further promote the development of the music market? The talk will examine examples from the past while offering suggestions to the music makers responsible for tomorrow's industry.

Speaker:
Takeshi Nakai

Chairman, Hip Land Music Corporation
Consultant, Space Shower Networks Inc.
Chairman, Artist Commons

Speaker:
Hikaru Tsuyuri

President, FM802

Speaker:
Fumio Miura

Professor, Kansai University Faculty of Sociology
Board Chairman, Artist Commons

Japanese Companies' Approach to the Overseas Market and the Professionals Behind the Endeavors

■Date & TIME
Oct.29 (Tue) 16:00 - 17:30

■OUTLINE
Inviting leaders of Japanese corporations aggressively approaching the global music and entertainment market, this panel will discuss the latest examples of their international endeavors in their playing fields, market characteristics, and future outlook.

Moderator:
Mark Yokozawa

CEO, ASSOSIA Co., Ltd.

Speaker:
Hideaki Shimizu

President & CEO, MCIP Holdings Co.Ltd.
Executive Vice President, Yoshimoto Kogyo Holdings Co.,Ltd.

Speaker:
Frank Takeshita

President, Live Nation Artist Development & Touring - Japan -

Speaker:
Terao Budha

CEO, Big Romantic Entertainment

Oct.28 (Mon)   Oct.29 (Tue)

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