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Thursday, October 18 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Career Counseling Meetings: International Interests

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Ever wanted to get a one on one session with a trusted pro from the music industry? Kickstart your career as an executive by receiving vital advice from important figures who have seen it all and are willing to share their experiences with laser-like guidance.

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Graham Ashton

Asho left home and school at an early age to sing in punk rock bands. He realized quickly that it was better for everybody that he stayed on the other side of the stage. In the 90’s he managed bands and started up the indie punk label Emily Records. | | Asho annoyed everyone in the Brisbane music scene for a few years before getting a start in the call centre at Polygram Records in 1991. He spent the next two decades working at independent... Read More →
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Fiona Bloom

With over 18+ years in the entertainment industry- music industry maven Fiona Bloom launched The Bloom Effect in 2007. A unique one stop that specializes in branding for artists, labels, and lifestyle companies. The Bloom Effect brings a huge roladex of global contacts from around the world to its clients providing a wealth of insight/knowledge and consultation for getting your project seen and heard. The Bloom Effect specializes in launch... Read More →
avatar for Jaime Gough

Jaime Gough

Jaime is International Manager at Native Tongue Music Publishing, an independent music publisher with offices in Melbourne, Auckland and London. | | Native Tongue represent some of Australia & New Zealand's finest songwriters, including: | | Strange Talk, Dave Dobbyn, Don McGlashan, The Black Seeds, Hollie Smith, The Phoenix Foundation, Gin Wigmore, Warren Maxwell (Trinity Roots, Fat Freddy’s Drop), Goldenhorse, Sola Rosa, Cut Off Your... Read More →


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