CMU INSIGHTS TRAINING HUB

Welcome to the Training Hub

Seminars, webinars and training services from CMU Insights




The CMU Insights Training Hub presents regular programmes of seminars, webinars and masterclasses for music people; runs in-house seminars for numerous music companies and organisations; and presents speed briefings at music conferences around the world.

You will find more information about some of our training work and projects below. To discuss utilising CMU’s training services for your music company or organisation email insights@unlimitedmedia.co.uk.



ABOUT OUR TRAINING WORK


CMU WEBINARS | INFO
CMU Insights offers a wide range of live and on-demand webinars for people working in and with the music business covering topics including: music rights, music licensing, music deals, music marketing, the digital market, fanbase building, and the latest industry trends and debates.




CMU TEAM TRAINING | INFO
CMU Insights regularly delivers training sessions for teams at music companies and the members of music industry organisations. Clients can pick from a selection of existing sessions or the CMU team can create bespoke seminars, workshops or other training materials to meet their specific needs.




CMU SPEED BRIEFINGS | INFO
CMU Insights presents speed briefings at music conferences and other industry events around the world. Tapping into the CMU team’s daily reportage and extensive research work, each briefing provides a concise but comprehensive overview of a different aspect of the music business.




BPI TRAINING | INFO
CMU Insights delivers a series of webinars as part of the training programme of the BPI, the trade body that represents the UK’s recorded music industry. Among other things, the sessions cover music revenues, music rights, music marketing, collective licensing, digital trends, data and sync.




MMF TRAINING | INFO
CMU Insights delivers ‘Mechanics Of Music Management’, a training programme offered by the UK’s Music Managers Forum. Over six seminars, it puts the spotlight on how artist businesses work, the role of the manager, and the artist’s copyright and fanbase revenue streams.