A Look Back to The 2019 NAMM Show
This past year’s Breakfast Sessions featured industry heavy hitters such as Roland President, Jun-inci Miki, Heart co-founder and guitar legend Nancy Wilson, and Gibson CEO, James “JC” Curleigh. Other Breakfast Sessions included disruption gurus such as Scott Stratten, who discussed the ever-changing music retail space and how brands can get beyond traditional branding to focus on customer-experience success.
Expand your operations by checking out these other NAMM U sessions you may have missed. And be sure to attend The 2020 NAMM Show, January 16–19!
Madison Revell, lead designer for marketing firm Inbound AV, shows how incorporating simple web design fundamentals can help your website generate more traffic and engage prospective customers, all while increasing your brand’s overall online success.
Tim Spicer of Spicer’s Music moderates a panel of rock-star marketers who reveal their video success secrets for YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.
Leading social media consultant Jenn Herman hosted a session on current Facebook success strategies.
Financial experts Alan Friedman, CPA, and Daniel Jobe of Friedman, Kannenberg & Co. hosted a special session on the new tax and labor laws, covering internet sales tax collection, worker-classification laws and the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.
In this session, Chris Bates and Tyler Marolf of TeacherZone and Los Rios Rock School will walk you through how to get started hosting a podcast for your own business.