NAMM Offers Free Web-Based Resources to Help Members Improve Their Business Skills
NAMM, the trade association of the international music industry, announced today that it recently launched NAMM U Online, a full and varied library of videos, articles and interviews that supplement the popular live Breakfast Sessions and Idea Center Sessions at the NAMM trade shows.
Members visiting the namm.org Web site can learn about key business topics including finance, lesson programs, retail ideas, sales and technology. All course content is provided by NAMM Members and experts including, Alan Friedman, George Hines, Pete Gamber, Nick Rail and Kevin Cranley.
“Complementing what we’ve been able to do with NAMM University at the trade shows, NAMM continues to help our Members during these difficult times by bringing them these valuable learning opportunities at no cost—right to their computer screens to access any time they want,” said Ken Wilson, director of professional development, NAMM.
The NAMM U Online library will continue to grow as new modules are developed later this year and into 2010. NAMM Members can also leave comments and discuss the ideas they’ve learned, creating more interactive content for site visitors.
To view the new NAMM U Online content, please visit www.namm.org/nammu