The British Council’s latest opportunity for UK-based music entpreneurs is a pair of events in India. The body is looking for people aged 20-40 who have been working in the British music industry for at least three years, particularly “those focussed on social media, including any digital tools or business models relating to music; promoters, managers, agents and venue/festival programmers; those representing record labels, A&R, production, recording, engineering, music licensing, marketing and distribution fields”. The events are the Nokia Music Connects forum in Mumbai on 16-17 November, and the Un-Convention at NH7 festival in Pune on 18-20 November. The British Council will cover flights, visas, entry costs and accomodation in Mumbai for successful applicants, although they’ll have to pay for their own hotel in Pune. Source: British Council

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