By Goran Bogicevic /

There are a lot of exciting things happening around music, wellbeing and fitness in 2020: from artists working with meditation services like Calm and Headspace, to the growth of Peloton and other fitness startups who make licensed music a key part of their offerings.

The BPI and Music Ally are holding an online event on 1 October to explore all this. ‘Feeling Good: Music, Wellbeing and Technology’ will include Calm’s head of music Courtney Phillips; former Peloton music VP Shachar Oren; 7digital chief content officer Samantha Sawyer; as well as a presentation on fitness and wellbeing music trends from Music Ally, and a deep dive into Spotify’s fitness playlists ecosystem by Chartmetric.

It’s free for BPI members and invited industry guests: registration is here.

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