SoundBroker’s Mastermind RoundTable features a robust discussion on how to survive these tough times and generate income.
Doug Kocsis, President of DK Capital will join the MasterMind as well as a host of our peers to answer your questions.
I am hoping that Michael Strickland will pop in for a few seconds this week, but as of yet I have not heard back from him. There is a lot going in Congress and I have my fingers crossed that he will be there to update his in person, otherwise I will have to read his email from last night.
The last few weeks we have had an amazing show of support and over 50 of your peers was on the panel which featured Joe Lamond (CEO/Pres of NAMM), Michael Strickland (Bandit Lites), Terry Lowe (PSLN, FOH), Ken Porter (Spectrum), Jack Boessneck (Clair/Eighth Day), David Schierman (Concert Sound Consultants), Doug Kocsis (DK Capital), Dave Rat (Rat Sound), Chip Self (Logic SystemsJ, Jason Alt (Delicate), Christopher Carlton (Carlton Audio), Tom Sorce, and too many more to mention. I am proud to say that we have had over 7,000+ views of the show on social media.
I urge you to share this podcast and join the thousands that have experienced our weekly ongoing interactive safe space in order to discuss and ask questions from our peers on the current status of our concert production industry and tips on how to survive and thrive in these “Covid 19 Times”.
Once again I urge you that If you have not done so already, you must register in advance for this meeting. Please note that in order to prevent spammers from disrupting our meeting, I ask you to sign up with your real name to reserve your spot by using this link:
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Remember you make it happen, make it happen. Make it happen, attend and add your voice to our ongoing conversation.- Jan 702-736-3003 ext. 0 (Sent: 08/20/2020 at 5:57 PM in Las Vegas GMT-7)
Jan Landy Thinking Out Loud