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February 1, 2015

The Caribbean Music Summit


The Caribbean Music Summit, taking place in Barbados 1-3 February 2015 at the Barbados Hilton, is all about doing good business and have a good time doing in a great place, and It’s going to be amazing. Great speakers all day and great bands, VIP events and networking all night.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

·         Mark Huffman – Executive Production Manager, Procter and Gamble

·         Dan Burt - Music Producer, J Walter Thompson

·         Steve Schnur - Worldwide Executive, Music, Electronic Arts

·         Elvin Ross - Composer, Tyler Perry TV/Film Projects

·         Jim Brackpool – Head Of Music, BT Sport

·         Joel C. High - Music Supervisor, Tyler Perry/Creative Control

·         Josh Rabinowitz – EVP/Director Of Music, Grey

·         Mathew Knowles - CEO, Music World Entertainment

·         John Bissell - Music Supervisor, Blacklist

·         Jonathan McHugh - Music Supervisor, SongStew Entertainment

·         Tony Boden, Booking Agent, Artery Global

·         Dan Burt - Music Producer, J. Walter Thompson

·         Andy McQueen - Chairman, Notting Hill Music

·         Karl Westman – Executive Music Producer, Ogilvy

and many other execs from across global, regional and local brands, publishers, labels, agencies, TV networks, film studios, video game companies, tech companies, managers, touring and booking agents, artists and press looking to do business, make deals and have fun.

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