In the current climate of uncertainty, individual musicians and music educators are having to rethink the way they work, in some cases in an online environment, and consider how their ‘business’ may function beyond the pandemic when live activities resume. To help finding the appropriate tools and strategies to keep business going, Sound Connections reworked their “Get Business Ready” course into an inline event, and our director Millicent Stephenson is going to open the day with the key speech “How To Future-Proof Your Business”.
You must have a million questions after everything that has happened in the last week. Well, don’t worry, Millicent will host a Facebook LIVE tomorrow to (hopefully) answer them all!
Are you thinking about creating business cards? Then you might want to consider seven things I’ve learnt over the years about business cards before you go ahead. Things like what to put on the front or the back; what size font? what size card? I’ve also included some bonus tips.
A clip from Millicent Stephenson’s ‘Winning Ways’ empowerment session at Cafemnee’s ‘Go For Gold in 2019’. What will it take for you to practise?
It is a race but how will you win? Listen to Millicent’s podcast and, women, join us on the 6th April for Go For Gold in 2019
Millicent is sterling in supporting us as women in our music and by just being a beacon of light for our musical journey. Please vote for Millicent to make it to the finals of the ‘Role Model Of The Year’ category by the Midlands Business and Community Awards https://midlandsbccawards.co.uk/ Voting closes Friday 20th July.
As mentioned in my previous blog, last Saturday I attended the UK Gospel Music Summit in London. As a speaker in the ‘Bring On The Game Changers’ session I presented the hurdles female musicians face which impede their progress in music, to answer the question ‘Where are all the female musicians’. Although the Summit focusesContinue reading “Where are all the female musicians?”
The UK Gospel Summit 2017 held in London was brilliant! A time of sharing thoughts. Presenting strategies and plans of how to move the UK Gospel Industry forward. I gave a talk on ‘Where Are All the Female Musicians?’, addressing the complexions and barriers women face as well as giving solutions. The video of myContinue reading “How was the UK Gospel Summit 2017”