You are invited to attend and participate in the Black Country Music Network, a real face-to-face opportunity for business and individuals involved in the music business and allied industries in the Black Country.
This meeting takes place at the Bingley Enterprise Centre, Norfolk Road, Wolverhampton WV3 0JE from 3pm on Wednesday 29th July.
There is some free parking nearby and bus stops from central Wolverhampton are close by.
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The Black Country Music Network is aimed at organisations, business and traders in and around the music industry in the black country. The event aims to provide those attending with a forum for discussion, asking for help and advice, meeting and connecting with new partners and collaborators or just to discover more about their local scene.
Please RSVP info at sostenuto.org.uk whether or not you can make it and also please let anyone you know that you think would be interested
‘Routes To Music’ is an informal introduction to the music industry for all those interested in increasing their potential, gaining knowledge and looking to get more involved in the many areas of the music industry.
Starting in July across the Black Country, unemployed people* can access free workshops and networking sessions focusing on numerous parts of the music industry.
If you want to look at how to develop your potential and gain con?dence through working in one of the many areas of the music business, then please come along to our introductory workshop:
Wednesday 29th July
10.30am – 2.30pm
The Bingley Enterprise Centre, Norfolk Road, Penn?elds, Wolverhampton, WV3 0JE
To sign up or for more information email info at sostenuto.org.uk or phone/text 07595 663966
*To qualify for a free place you must be unemployed and between the ages of 18 – 65
Routes To Music is run by Sostenuto LLP (www.sostenuto.org.uk) and is supported by
European Social Fund, Learning and Skills Council and the Black Country Consortium.