Max Hole Confirmed As Opening Keynote Speaker At Music Matters 2014
Asia's premier music conference, held between May 21-23 at the Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore
Max Hole, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Universal Music Group International, has been announced as the opening keynote speaker at this year's Music Matters, Asia's premier music conference, held between May 21-23 at the Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore. Hole's keynote speech will take place at 10:00am on the 22nd of May.
With Asia comprising the music industry's second largest established market, Japan, and many of the most exciting emerging territories, the region encapsulates the challenges and opportunities facing today's music business.
As the international Chairman and CEO of the world's number one music company and as the operational head of Universal Music's Asian business for over a decade, Hole brings a unique perspective and extensive experience in navigating change and identifying growth opportunities for music.
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