Rethink Music hosted a workshop on the business models of music and video gaming at BIME in Bilbao, Spain yesterday. Some great ideas came from the “marshmallow challenge”!
Rethink Music hosted our first-ever Venture Day in Berlin on October 24th, with the goal of supporting young music entrepreneurs and fostering innovation in our music economy. This video is the story of the event.
German company Nagual Sounds won first place in the first-ever Rethink Music Venture Day yesterday in Berlin. The company, which has created technology to analyze data and allow inputs to create music, was the top company chosen from an initial field of more than 50 entrants, and 12 finalists. Runner-up Frestyl is an music event discovery application, and second runner-up TurnMeUp was a music VoIP application.
The Venture Day, attended by over 200 professionals, was the first collaboration between Rethink Music, a project of Berklee College of Music and Midem, and IE Business School in Madrid.
Rethink Music is proud to present our first-ever Venture Day in Berlin, at the nHow music and lifestyle hotel, on October 24th. We will host a day of workshops with executives from Soundcloud, Ampya, UrTurn, Creandum Venture Partners, and others, followed by pitches from 12 of today’s most promising startups.
The event is free to attend but you must register in advance (and space is limited!).
Rethink Music is proud to present its first-ever Venture Day on October 24th in Berlin, hosted in conjunction with IE Business School in Madrid. We’ll offer a day of programmes and discussions and then provide the opportunity for startups to pitch their business idea to seasoned investors.
Registration is free and the deadline for submissions of business ideas is Monday, September 23.
More information at: http://www.rethink-music.com/registersubmit-for-berlin-venture-day/