MUSIC EXCHANGE(#MEX20), South Africa’s preeminent entertainment-economy-invested conference, returned this September for the 10th consecutive year and with it a truly impressive raft of seminal and engaging speakers.
In partnership with Ticketpro, V&A, Acom Branding Paul Bothner Music, Western Cape Government and Digicape
#MEX20 not only delivered on its promise to empower, but it also brought the world a little closer together, and with it a further opportunity to keep its intent alive with future sessions already underway.
Secure your ticket and watch, uninterrupted, until 30 September 2020.
Opening with global heavyweights Charles Goldstuck and Arthur Goldstuck.
Music Exchange further presents a host of local and international gamechangers, evolving in the new-entertainment reality. These include the likes of:
Siphokazi Jonas – Award-winning artist.
Christian Wright – Abbey Road veteran of 20 years.
Lance Stehr – Music Executive and label owner.
Wiseman Ngubo – COO of Capasso.
Neil Johnson – Radio Programmer. Formally Chief Content Officer Kaya FM 95.9, Programme Manager Jacaranda 94.2 FM, Programme Manager Kaya FM 95.9
Callum Stevenson – Blue Key Digital CEO – Formally HOD (from 2011 to 2020 of the Lyric Theatre at Gold Reef City, Gauteng) where he staged up to 80 shows and events per year.
Karabo Senna – SAMRO – Right Holder Service General Manager – Tasked with the management of membership.
Manqoba Kubheka – General Manager, Licensing at SAMRO. Responsible for educating music users about SAMRO and commercial music usage.
Moreira Chonguica – Global award-winning musician.
Rachel Z – Musician, producer, lecturer and two-time Grammy award winner. She discusses the global entertainment landscape and takes audiences on an in-depth look of their personal studio space and goes through all the gear she and Omar (Hakim) create on.
Should you, as a viewer, have more questions for our speakers, please email us on info and we’ll endeavour to get you the answers you need.
Secure your ticket, now and watch until 30 September 2020.
For booking details, and more information, go to musicexchange.org.za
Lauded and awarded for its consistent commitment to the broader South African music industry, MEX’s incredibly productive and positive 10th anniversary year ran from 10 to 20 September 2020 with a wealth of quality international and local speakers.
With the overall industry decimated in the face of the COVID-19 fallout, #MEX20’s annual conference remains critical to surviving and succeeding in a world that remains in financial free-fall.
Despite 2020 being the most challenging in MEX’s decade of dedication, investment and global outreach, Music Exchange 2020 (#MEX20) opened its annual industry-focused indaba to the world to rave reviews and appreciation.
Over the past 10 years, MEX has actively informed, partnered and brokered with some of the biggest and most influential players and institutions, with the sole purpose of elevating, educating and sharing a wealth of learning from all four corners of the planet and 2020s #MEX20 was no different.
If anything, #MEX20 offered a global audience, directly or indirectly professionally affected by the pandemic, an opportunity to explore the possibility of change in recovering and rising above a year that’s riddled with uncertainly and confusion. All 10 sessions continue to be hosted until 30 September 2020 for those who may have missed out at the start of this year’s indaba.
MEX has, over the past decade, become synonymous with offering a variety of specialist speakers across a plethora of disciplines, from publishing, live performance, production, PR and marketing, song-writing and all legal aspects associated with nurturing and growing the overall entertainment ecosystem.
MEX has welcomed and hosted the likes of composer Dr Trevor Jones, musician and producer Bryan Michael Cox, Stuart Rubin, The Orchard’s Ben Oldfield, Mark Murdoch, Mos Def, Tim Renner, Sipho Mabuse, Tom Novy, Karen Zoid, RJ Benjamin and AKA, among many more, all in an impressive lead up to this year’s impressive list of recorded speakers.
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