Bring the future into focus at The NAMM Show

The 2023 NAMM Show is taking place on April 13th-April 15th in Anaheim, California. It’s the Global Gathering of the MI industry, and it’s the best event for UK music instrument makers and retailers to meet buyers, distributors and educators from across the world – no other place on the planet has the opportunities you’ll find at the show. Here’s a taste of what’s to come, & all the things you need to know to get yourself registered and ready. 

Registration, Hotel Options, Travel Discounts & all that good stuff…

By registering now, you’ll stay in-the-loop for all NAMM events, education, and opportunities. Badge registration for attendees is already open, please click here.

To keep things organised, secure and assured, NAMM members can book their hotel stay via NAMM’s official hotel block. Availability for hotel rooms within the official NAMM block is on a first-come, first-served basis, so click here to explore.

NAMM have also negotiated exclusive rates for air travel, transfers and attractions. Check out the full list of discount codes here

So, what can you look forward to getting involved with at the show? 

The incredible NAMM experience is packed full of networking, education and business opportunities. The full schedule has now been released, so you can take a peak here

Here are a couple of exciting sessions that we wanted to highlight as an example of the kind of content that you’ll have access to in-person at the show:

NAMM Marketing Summit

Discover how to elevate your marketing, sales, and leadership through the power of brand storytelling. You have a great brand and product, and you want to turn prospects into lifelong customers. Unfortunately, most marketing falls flat. Why? Because it doesn’t tell your story — quickly and effectively. And for that reason, you’ll want to join this special NAMM Marketing Summit, held Wednesday, April 12, the day before the start of The 2023 NAMM Show.

NAMM Succession Summit

This special half-day education session, presented by music industry accounting pros Alan Friedman and Daniel Jobe of Friedman, Kannenberg & Co., will immerse you in the essentials of succession planning. They’ll show you how to evaluate the activities that do and don’t add value to your business and how to calculate the dollar amount of what your store is truly worth. They’ll also look at the pros and cons of various music store transition options (such as internal and external transfer, gift, sale and liquidation), including the effect each option has on cash, control and tax as illustrated in five real-life music store transition case studies. Join Friedman and Jobe for this must-attend session for any music store owner exploring acquisition candidates, approaching retirement and looking to sell, or proactively developing an exit strategy to transition and cash out.

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