‘Getting Down To Business’ at the House of Commons

Friday, December 07, 2012

Nigel Elderton recently attended a dinner hosted by Culture Minister Ed Vaizey and ROAR Group chairman Professor Jonathan Shalit at the House of Commons to discuss requirements for the development of senior and executive management in the music industry.

The dinner was suggested by Helen Gammons, programme director of the MBA for the Music Industry at Henley Business School, whom Nigel and major label bosses, including Nick Gatfield (CEO, Sony Music UK) and Jeremy Marsh (Vice-Chairman, Warner Bros Records UK) encouraged to construct an intensive course for senior level execs.

You can read the full story by Music Week here: http://www.henley.ac.uk/web/FILES/henley-mba/Henley_Music_MBA-music-week.pdf

Getting Down To Business

Picture (Back row, left to right): Professor John Board (Henley); Nigel Elderton (UK MD & European President, peermusic); Clive Dickens (COO, Absolute Radio); Jeremy Marsh (Vice-Chairman, Warner Bros Records UK); Andria Vidler (CEO, EMI Music UK & Ireland); Andy Heath (Chairman, UK Music); Jo Dipple (CEO, UK Music); Geoff Taylor (CEO, BPI); Paul Bennett (Henley) and Nick Gatfield (CEO, Sony Music UK).

(Front row, left to right): Adam Barker (Director of Legal & Business Affairs, Universal Music UK); Professor Jonathan Shalit (Chairman, ROAR Group); Ed Vaizey (MP & Culture Minister) and Helen Gammons (Henley).

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