Unlocking More Revenue from Your Music: The Secret to a Six-Figure Salary
Unlocking More Revenue from Your Music: The Secret to a Six-Figure Salary. Join entrepreneur and software engineer LaTaevia Berry for a lecture and workshop as she discusses tips, tricks, and tools to navigate methods for monetizing your music.
Sunday, September 8, 2019
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Central Standard Time)
4245 North Knox Avenue, Chicago, IL, USA Get Directions
Hate to break it to you, but Spotify is a marketing tool, not a dedicated revenue stream.
"On-demand music services including Apple Music, Pandora and Spotify will top $8 billion in revenue in the U.S. this year, up 33%"
Frankly, that money will never make it to your bank account, but you can secure revenue streams that will.
Despite that awe-inspiring catalog of works, you just don’t have the cash flow to match. Sure, royalties are coming in quarterly, but that plus the touring, merch and digital sales combined just aren't adding up quickly enough.
You don't have to leave any more money on the table. Join us as we cover the nuts and bolts of hacking your existing revenue streams, as well as examples of innovative new revenue streams.
Join entrepreneur and software engineer LaTaevia Berry for a lecture and workshop as she discusses tips, tricks, and tools to navigate methods for monetizing your music.
Topics covered will include:
-Hacking touring, royalties, and sales with emerging tech, to ensure you're paid everything you're owed.
-Utilize your existing catalog + innovative new methods to access new revenue streams.
-Tech tools to put an end to cash flow challenges
-The intersection of the entrepreneurial quest for success and remaining true to your sound
About LaTaevia Berry:
LaTaevia Berry is a software engineer and startup founder.
As an engineer and the founder of boutique digital agency Machine Mob Labs, LaTaevia focuses her work on the intersection of emerging technologies and music monetization.
Having spent the past decade working digital initiatives with various artists and organizations, including Motown Gospel, the Gospel Music Association, the Dove Awards, Discover, Toyota/Lexus, and Cox Communications LaTaevia recognizes the need for thoughtfully constructed integrations between music, business, and technology.
Since earning her Bachelor’s degree in Music Business from Middle Tennessee State University, LaTaevia has been developing software to advance the progressive merging of technology and music, leading to increased access to, application of, engagement with and monetization of recorded music.
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