A Marketing Expert and a Grammy-Nominated Musician explore the question tonight on the new Social Media Platform Blab.im. then head to “How is Marketing like Music?”
If you’d rather just ‘lurk’ (as Blabbers call those who just watch without being part of the conversation) I’m pretty sure you can do that without an account.
If you like to read up on it ahead-of-time here’s an article that seemed helpful: The Ultimate Guide to Blab.im
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Deborah Henson-Conant (HipHarp.com) is a Grammy-Nominated composer, performer and creative coach, the inventor of the electric harness harp – a creative artist whose work spans forms from one-woman shows to full-on symphonic works and who’s been interviewed by journalists from Charlie Rose to NPR’s Scott Simon. She’s a two-time speaker a the Boston Ideas conference, A Massachusetts Artist Fellow and co-creator of the “Inviting Invention” featured at the Cambridge Science Festival. She’s also the founder and curator of
Andrea Hubbert (HubAndCompany.com)is dedicated to spreading ideas that spark conversation and ignite action. For nearly 15 years she was a publicist, and spent much of that time telling stories within the non-profit sector and music industry. For the past ten years she’s added corporate communications to her repertoire; specifically internal sales-focused communications for two leading national and global sales organizations. She is passionate about the work that she does, and helps clients tell their stories every day through her newest endeavor, Hub+company.
Madalyn Sklar (GoGirlsMusic.com) – our guest moderator is a music business coach & consultant, blogger, social media maven and podcaster.
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