July 18-20, 2019

2019 Summer NAMM

Music City Center • Nashville, TN

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    Summer NAMM Plan

    Kimberly Deverell, Director of Operations for San Diego Music Studio, shares how she maximizes Summer NAMM, as well as the reasons why it is important for your community music store to attend.

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    What’s in Store for the 116th Congress

    With the 116th Congress sworn into office, the House of Representatives is one of the most diverse federal legislative bodies in history. These changes could bring a variety of outcomes for the music products industry. While only time will tell, here is a brief overview.

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    Exhibit at Summer NAMM

    Summer NAMM is the annual mid-year gathering, uniting the music, pro audio and event technology industries. Exhibitors have the unique opportunity to reach powerful retailers, and extend their brand reach through the Make Music Experience, welcoming music and pro audio students and enthusiasts to connect with brands and explore their passion.

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    Chinese Tariff Update

    NAMM presented a webinar on June 6, 2019 to review the current status and state of play of Chinese import tariffs. View this article to watch the recorded webinar and obtain additional related resources.

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    Make Music Day 2019 Returns on Friday, June 21

    1,000+ Cities in 120 Countries including the UK, China, Brazil, Nigeria, Australia, Argentina, Italy, Canada and Cyprus to Celebrate Make Music Day 2019

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Employee Vs. Contractor: What You Don’t Know Could Bankrupt You with Alan Friedman and Daniel Jobe

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Do you set the lesson rates for your independent-contractor music teachers? Do you provide the tools for your contracted repair techs? Do you have non-compete agreements for any contract labor at your store? Then you’ll want to be aware of the potential liability from an ever-increasing surge in labor audits. In many cases, classifying music teachers, repair techs and other employees as independent contractors can literally bankrupt your company. In this eye-opening half-hour, music industry accountants Alan Friedman, CPA, and Daniel Jobe of Friedman, Kannenberg & Co. will illustrate the potential cost of a labor audit gone wrong, and the steps you can take to prevent it.

Upcoming Dates

26
Jun

The 2020 NAMM Show

Priority Booth Assignment Deadline

2
Jul

2019 Summer NAMM

Free Badge Deadline
3
Jul

2019 Summer NAMM

Hotel Cancellation Deadline
18
Jul

2019 Summer NAMM

2019 Summer NAMM

21
Aug

The 2020 NAMM Show

Member Badge Registration Opens
28
Aug

The 2020 NAMM Show

General Attendee Badge Registration Opens
26
Oct

The 2020 NAMM Show

Final Booth Payment

13
Nov

The 2020 NAMM Show

Directory Deadline