MusicTank Unveils: NEW Content-Rich Website; NEW Research And Consultancy Services; NEW Diversity Paper11 July 2016 - Press release
- New site designed to make navigating the music business easier through filtering by industry sector
- Community contribution focused site -upload your events, jobs; resources; insight reports; blogs and more…
- Read free paper: Diversity Management In The UK Music Industry
Pre-eminent music industry think tank and business information hub, MusicTank, University of Westminster (Chaired by Keith Harris) today announces the launch of it’s new, content-rich website – designed to make navigating your way around the music industry easier; AND the latest Future Thinking Paper: Diversity Management In The UK Music Industry – The Thoughts & Perspectives Of Black Employees, by Tamara Witt- which will be presented at tomorrow’s UK Music Diversity Summit, and is free to download.
New Website Features include:
- New ‘sectors’ section – navigate the MusicTank website via industry-specific sectors – all our blogs, resources, events and reports and papers have been categorised to make visitor experience more user-friendly
- New Publications section – view and download MusicTank reports, insight papers and transcripts from an extensive archive of 12+ years
- Industry Events Calendar – submit your event details to our calendar
- Industry Insights – we’ve amassed a range of free industry reports and insight papers. You can also submit your industry report for inclusion
- An update of our Industry Resources section, including a link for to submit a resource
- Reader’s Corner – featuring a hand-picked selection of interesting and thought-provoking music industry books
- Donate - If you continue to value our work and what we stand for, and are able to support us further by contributing a token donation to help sustain the network, we’d be very grateful.
Marking the occasion, MusicTank today officially launches its research and consultancy services. Drawing on academic excellence that is rigorous and truly independent, its pool of associates and researchers includes Sally Gross, former Sony Music UK boss, Nick Gatfield, Mykaell Riley and Rebecca Lammers.
MusicTank is currently engaged in research projects for Help Musicians UK (Music And Depression) and for the GLA (Night Time Commission), involving both academics and external consultants.