Brendan Mulligan from ArtistData is giving away 2 free passes to this years San Francisco Music Tech Summit. Here’s his letter below:
“This note is going out to all ArtistData users to spread the word that I’m giving away tickets to the MusicTech Summit in San Francisco next Monday! If you would like to go, or know someone that would, please read on and forward this along:
About 6 months ago I wrote a post called The Importance of the San Francisco MusicTech Summit. It’s as relevant today as the day I wrote it. I still believe this is the best conference out there for people interested in exploring the intersection of music and technology. Read my original post to understand why.
Well, next week is the next SF MusicTech, and it’s the best yet. The sponsors, speakers, and schedule are incredibly strong.
I’m excited to be moderating the kickoff discussion in the main room in the morning on the topic of “Engaging Your Community” with some fantastic panelists from Facebook, Bandzoogle, Headliner.fm, Indaba, and the author of Marketing Lessons from the Grateful Dead.
To celebrate, I’m giving away two FREE passes (valued at $600 at the door!). I’ll be picking two people at random who do one of the following things:
- Post this to your Twitter account: “Want to go to next Monday’s #sfmusictech in San Francisco for FREE? @bmull is giving 2 passes away here: http://bit.ly/bmSFmt” – Click here to easily share on twitter
- Post a comment to this article answering the question “What questions / concerns do you have about engaging your community online?” I’ll be using all the questions to add to the panel conversation. Not required, but appreciated if you click “Post comment to Twitter” when commenting to spread the conversation. Make sure to include your Twitter account so I can get in touch with you.
If you enter, follow me on twitter here so I can DM you if you win!
Good luck! This will run through Wednesday Dec 1 at 5 PM PST. I’ll notify winners that night and post the results to an updated version of this post.
If you have any questions or comments, please don’t reply to this email. Instead, reach out on Twitter and I’ll get right back to you.
Check out the Speaker Roster Here