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Emerging markets: possibilities and future outlook

By Tina Brodal Posted: 17. Feb, 2020

Learn more about the growth of markets in China, India, Mexico and Brazil.

Analyzes from MIDiA Research and Goldman Sachs show that the number of subscribers to streaming services globally will continue to increase in the coming years. The largest growth will occur in emerging markets in the south and east, while the growth in the number of subscribers in the major western markets is likely to level off.

Time: Thursday, February 27, 1100 – 1145.

Location: Dining Room B (Matsal B), Mathallen

Read more: Breakfast meeting with industry people from India, China, Mexico and Brazil at by:Larm

With the digital development, music has become more accessible than ever and the global opportunities become more numerous. Markets such as China, India, Brazil and Mexico are growing strongly. We have invited key industry people with insightful and updated market information from these markets. Learn more about the opportunities and prospects in these markets, that are becoming more and more relevant to international music and therefore future export markets.

These are the participants in the panel:

Moderator: Helene Dolva Broch, Strategic Senior Advisor Music Norway.

Maithe Bertolini (Brazil), producer and festival programmer SIM Sao Paulo, Latin America’s largest and most important industry festival and conference.

Mariana “Malfi” Dorantes (Mexico), General Director – MalfiCo is one of Mexico’s best PR and press agencies that has helped several Norwegian artists.

Roochay Shukla, (India) marketing manager in the music industry services company Outdustry. Outdustry represents artists such as Lauv, Diplo, Dua Lipa and more for the Indian market.

Cecelia Gu, Founder, SCG Group (China).

The panel is presented by: Larm in collaboration with Music Norway.

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