Paul Bothner Music Claremont
Thursday | 10 March 2016 | 18:30
Featuring Roger Williams
Laney International Sales Manager – UK
MC and Q&A by Martin Myers
From Music Exchange
If you’ve ever wondered:
– What it takes to be an endorsee?
– What brands look for in potential candidates?
– Do you have what it takes to be an endorser?
– How to approach a potential brand for a deal?
– What to keep in mind once you become an endorser?
– What expected of you once you’re signed up?
Then join us for this FREE workshop!
Are you a musician that has an endorsement deal, or perhaps hoping to get one?
While landing an endorsement deal is a great honour and something that can help you in your music career,
it’s a relationship that needs special attention if you (and the brand) are going to get maximum benefit.
Join us as Roger Williams of Laney UK explains how musical instrument
and equipment manufacturers see the artist endorsement relationship,
what they expect from artists, what artists can expect in return,
and the role artists play in a brand’s greater marketing strategy.
These insights will all help you land that first deal, be a better brand ambassador, or even clinch your next deal!
ABOUT ROGER WILLIAMS:
We’re excited and honoured to be hosting a FREE workshop with UK-based Roger Williams,
international sales manager for one of the most prestigious brands in the world – Laney Amplification.
Roger not only has one of the most enviable “jobs” in the world,
but has a wealth of knowledge, insight and experience pertaining to the international music industry.
If you’re serious about your career in music – YOU SIMPLY CAN’T AFFORD TO MISS THIS ONE
PAUL REID is endorsed by Laney -so come to Bothners on Thurs from 18h30 and find out more about what it takes.
‘Reidy’s CV reads like a roll call of many Pop, Soul, R n’ B artists including: Beverley Knight, Billy Crawford, Liberty X, Misteeq, The Temptations, The Drifters, MTV Base House Band, Usher, Brandy, Omar, Shola Ama, Mark Morrison and many other sessions. His Soulful funk style, sees him in continuing demand as a session player the world over.
RSVP to Martin
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