Review: c/o pop Festival 2018- Posted by Laura Dahmen
Between 29th August and 2nd September the c/o pop Festival took place in Cologne.
A few days after the 15th c/o pop in Cologne we would like to share our experiences with you.
Festival September: Meet the tamanguu Team at the upcoming Events- Posted by tamanguu
This will be a crazy September!
- c/o pop in Cologne (ok, that is this week in August),
- Live at Heart in Örebro (Sweden),
- Digitale Woche in Kiel,
- Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg,
- und das Startup Camp Schleswig-Holstein in Lübeck:
And we are present at every event! If you are there too, we would love to meet you! The best way to contact us is via the possible ways (email, phone, social media)! Read below to find out who from our team will be there and what we will be doing there!
6 Steps how to prepare best for Networking at c/o pop and Reeperbahn Festival- Posted by Friederike Schymura
The German music industry is facing two of the most important annual events: on the last weekend in August, the c/o pop in Cologne and only three weeks later, the Reeperbahn Festival, probably the most important industry meeting in Germany, takes place in Hamburg. At the Reeperbahn Festival and c/o pop keynotes, sessions and workshops will meet showcases and other live concerts (Die c/o pop Convention in Cologne on 30 and 31 August, the Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg from 19-22 September).
And those, who want to effectively expand and maintain their network at these events, should prepare themselves so that their visit to the industry meeting will be a success. Here are the six steps to be perfectly prepared for your business networking:
Music Industry Insight: It is not what you know, it is who you know (Richard James Burgess)- Posted by Johannes Ripken
At Wallifornia MusicTech I had the honour to meet Richard James Burgess, (CEO A2IM). At the conference we talked about our doctoral theses and exchanged them in the further email communication.
The core topic of tamanguu respectively tamanguu.contacts is business networking, i.e. the establishment and maintenance of your own contact network in order to be economically more successful. The importance of the network, or rather a well-maintained network, is the topic of the case study in Richard James Burgess’ doctoral thesis. The major title of the doctoral thesis is: “Structural Change in Music Industry: The evolving Role of the Musician”. In the aforementioned case study “It is not what you know, it is who you know” James reports on his first time in England, which shows how difficult it is to build on the previous success without a strong network despite successes and grown networks in other countries. In fact, I experienced it similarly in my time in England (2009-2012), when I wrote my doctoral thesis about artist development in the music industry.
Actually, “It is not what you know, it is who you know” doesn’t hit the nail on its head. It would need to end with “who knows you”, as in the ideal solution, it is your relevant business partner who continuously choose you to work with or to recommend to other potential customers. That’s tamanguu’s top-of-mind approach which we pursue in our guided relationship management.
Review: Wallifornia MusicTech Convention 2018- Posted by Johannes Ripken
Four days at Wallifornia MusicTech are over - a review.
The MusicTech conference took place for the second time ever within the prestigious and well-known music festival Les Ardentes. While 80,000 people celebrated outside with excellent weather conditions, a business conference for the music industry and the music technology sector was held in the Halle des Foires in Liège. Every day, top speakers held keynotes and panels on innovations and discussion topics related to the music industry and music technologies.