The Ultimate Seminar will take place this Saturday on 19 November at the University of Westminster’s Little Titchfield Street site in Central London where Westminster students and the public will have the opportunity to hear from 40 leading music professionals.

Organised by Cre8ing Vision in association with University of Westminster, the Seminar is the largest European free music event that provides its attendees a chance to learn valuable business skills, gain insights into their chosen field and benefit from networking opportunities.

It will begin with an opening video Q&A with CEO and Chairman of Universal Music UK & Ireland, David Joseph CBE, which will be screened exclusively for attendees. It will continue with industry speakers sharing their top tips for music business success.

Some of the speakers confirmed are Managing Director of Imagem Music UK Kim Frankiewicz (Daft Punk, Kaiser Chiefs, Mark Ronson), BBC Radio DJ MistaJam, Manager John Woolf (Disciples, Wiley), and chart-topping singer-songwriter Maegan Cottone (Little Mix, Olly Murs).

Other key speakers are Jin Jin (Jess Glynne, Foxes, Tinie Tempah, Little Mix), Mercury Award winning producer Jonathan Quarmby, i-D Music Editor Hattie Collins and Simon Aldridge, Senior Executive Writer Relations, BMI.

All attendees will have a chance to participate in music masterclasses, ask questions and attend speed-networking sessions.

Principal Lecturer at the University of Westminster Kienda Hoji said: “The Ultimate Seminar comes to the University of Westminster for the fifth time, and we are very happy once again to be partners in this exciting and powerful music business event. Particularly because it aligns well with the University of Westminster’s own position at the forefront of music and music business education.”

The University of Westminster works to support innovative programmes that help educate and inspire the next generation leaders. Both staff and students will be present at the event.

When speaking about the event Cre8ing Vision founders, Kwame Kwaten, Nicola Charles and Andrea Euell said:  “The seminar is massively important to the UK music industry. It’s where tomorrow’s creatives and industry leaders meet today’s Presidents and Managing Directors to talk about the business of music.”

Other label figureheads, A&Rs, music publishers, artist managers, artists and songwriters will also be present at the seminar.

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