Women in Music & CIMA Present: Entrepreneurship & Economics Changing Times
Entrepreneurship & Economics: Changing Times
Presented by: Women in Music & CIMA
Date: Thursday, May 28th 1-2pm
Shauna de Cartier - Six Shooter Records
Heather Gibson - National Arts Centre
Women in Music and CIMA are excited to connect with colleagues to discuss topics that are top of mind for our community and be there to support each other to navigate our new realities during the global pandemic. Our next event will focus on the challenges and opportunities of entrepreneurship and restructuring our economic models to reflect our changing industry landscape.
About Women in Music Canada
Women in Music Canada (WIMC) is a registered non-profit organization and one of the largest music industry associations in Canada with over 2,000+ members. The organization is dedicated to fostering gender equality in the music industry through the support and advancement of female identifying professionals and creatives at every stage of their career. The goal is to strengthen the social-economic balance of the music industry by providing professional development, support and resources for our community.
CIMA is a not-for-profit national trade association representing English-language, Canadian-owned and controlled businesses of the domestic, commercial music industry. CIMA represents a diverse membership of small businesses including: record producers, record labels, recording studios, managers, agents, licensors, music video producers and directors, creative content owners, artist-entrepreneurs and other professionals from across the sound recording industry. CIMA represents over 320 Canadian companies and professionals and 6,200 Canadian artists including: A Tribe Called Red, Tanya Tagaq, Serena Ryder, The Trews, Terra Lightfoot, Tegan and Sara, Whitehorse, The Sheepdogs and METRIC.