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Measure of Music has built a deserved reputation as one of the most thoughtful and diverse music, tech and data conferences. It’s returning next year on 24-26 February, with workshops and a careers fair included.

Founder Christine Osazuwa (pictured) has confirmed the first batch of speakers for the event, including Amethyst Collab’s Olivia Shalhoup; RYLTY’s Andrew Ullah and Chartmetric’s Michelle Yuen.

Meanwhile, Downtown Music Holdings CMO Molly Neuman will be keynoting, discussing “where an ownership-based creator economy intersects with issues of equity and inclusion, and the importance of data in supporting these efforts”.

Equity and inclusion are core to the event, with Osazuwa announcing that it will feature a majority-minority lineup of speakers.

“I created Measure of Music so participants could get to see more people that look like them on the virtual stage talking about music, tech & data – young people, people of colour, women, immigrants, and members of the LGBTQ+ community,” she said.

Speakers will be paid for their time and work, and the event will be free and virtual to widen access as much as possible. Find more details here.

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Stuart Dredge

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