Here’s a round-up of some of the key industry news stories that we’ve brought you this week, in case you missed them…
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Here are this week’s key stories:
We at the MIA have taken some time to think about the issues that Pride month highlights and what we can do to show our support all year round. In a time where rainbow flags will be all over social media and many companies will post their bit for Pride month, it is vital that these statements of intent result in affirmative action. We want to help implement initiatives that don’t just last for the month of June, but that can educate and create positive change within the music industries all year round. Click on the link above to read more.
This week’s announcement of a delay to the reopening at full capacity of grassroots music venues is obviously a crippling blow to the sector. Over 4000 shows will be cancelled, losing tens of thousands of people, many of them unable to earn for over 15 months, the chance to get back to work. Click on the link above to read more.
Is your social media working to achieve your business goals? Or does the content you are putting out into the world seem scrambled and reactionary? It’s not always easy to create a clear social media strategy to attract the customers you’re looking for, especially in a time-efficient way. Click on the link above to read more.
The British Retail Consortium has released its Retail Sale Monitor report for May 2021. The report was produced by the BRC in partnership with KPMG. This months report shows strong sales despite competition. Click on the link above to read more.