Brooke Salisbury Head of Marketing, Domino Recording Company  Brooke Salisbury is the Head of Marketing at British independent label Domino Recording Company, where she oversees campaign strategy, partner marketing initiatives and the label’s global digital marketing endeavours. Across her decade in music Brooke has worked extensively within the independent sector, relocating to the UK from her native Australia in 2015. Domino’s 2018 schedule has included new releases from Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, Jon Hopkins, Superorganism, Cat Power and many more.

Brooke Salisbury
Head of Marketing, Domino Recording Company

Brooke Salisbury is the Head of Marketing at British independent label Domino Recording Company, where she oversees campaign strategy, partner marketing initiatives and the label’s global digital marketing endeavours. Across her decade in music Brooke has worked extensively within the independent sector, relocating to the UK from her native Australia in 2015. Domino’s 2018 schedule has included new releases from Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, Jon Hopkins, Superorganism, Cat Power and many more.

 Callum Caulfield Head of Marketing, Atlantic Records UK  Callum is currently Head of Marketing at Atlantic Records UK where he plans and executes marketing campaigns for some of the world’s biggest artists including Ed Sheeran, Jess Glynne, Twenty One Pilots, Rita Ora and Anne-Marie. Callum has worked within major labels for the last twelve years, having previously worked for Columbia, Island and Mercury before joining Atlantic.  Callum has been Ed Sheeran’s marketing manager for the past six years, driving the marketing campaigns of all three of Ed’s albums, which have gone on to make him one of the biggest selling artists of all time. Callum has twice picked up the award for Marketing Campaign at the Music Week Awards thanks to his work with Ed Sheeran’s  Multiply  and  Divide.

Callum Caulfield
Head of Marketing, Atlantic Records UK

Callum is currently Head of Marketing at Atlantic Records UK where he plans and executes marketing campaigns for some of the world’s biggest artists including Ed Sheeran, Jess Glynne, Twenty One Pilots, Rita Ora and Anne-Marie. Callum has worked within major labels for the last twelve years, having previously worked for Columbia, Island and Mercury before joining Atlantic.

Callum has been Ed Sheeran’s marketing manager for the past six years, driving the marketing campaigns of all three of Ed’s albums, which have gone on to make him one of the biggest selling artists of all time. Callum has twice picked up the award for Marketing Campaign at the Music Week Awards thanks to his work with Ed Sheeran’s Multiply and Divide.

 Chiara Michieletto Digital Marketing Manager, Music Ally  Chiara Michieletto is Digital Marketing Manager at Music Ally. In her role, she works closely with and advises various companies in the music industry, through which she has been helping to promote artists such as Cigarettes After Sex, Kevin Saunderson, Archie Hamilton, Enzo Siragusa, Francesca Lombardo, and Ultravox amongst many others. Other clients come from a widely varied number of music genres such as trap like K Camp and pop like The Script. She is a regular contributor to the Music Ally Sandbox Reports where she writes about the latest digital marketing tools and services and has also carried out various training sessions and workshops for clients including Beggars Group, Anjunabeats, AEI Media, Universal Music and Havas. She regularly gives workshops and masterclasses at various universities in the UK as well as conferences around the world such as Sandbox Summit in NYC and London, Tokyo Dance Music Event, Midem and others.

Chiara Michieletto
Digital Marketing Manager, Music Ally

Chiara Michieletto is Digital Marketing Manager at Music Ally. In her role, she works closely with and advises various companies in the music industry, through which she has been helping to promote artists such as Cigarettes After Sex, Kevin Saunderson, Archie Hamilton, Enzo Siragusa, Francesca Lombardo, and Ultravox amongst many others. Other clients come from a widely varied number of music genres such as trap like K Camp and pop like The Script. She is a regular contributor to the Music Ally Sandbox Reports where she writes about the latest digital marketing tools and services and has also carried out various training sessions and workshops for clients including Beggars Group, Anjunabeats, AEI Media, Universal Music and Havas. She regularly gives workshops and masterclasses at various universities in the UK as well as conferences around the world such as Sandbox Summit in NYC and London, Tokyo Dance Music Event, Midem and others.

 Chris Garrett MD, Decimal  Chris Garrett is the MD of Decimal, a growing technology company working with the world’s leading music and entertainment brands. Having worked with companies like Universal, Spotify and Google, Chris combines creative thinking, design process and engineering experience to produce platforms and apps with genuine strategic value. Whether it's building new streaming platforms, big data tools or conceptual prototypes — his focus is always on delivering the latest technology, robustly and sustainably.

Chris Garrett
MD, Decimal

Chris Garrett is the MD of Decimal, a growing technology company working with the world’s leading music and entertainment brands. Having worked with companies like Universal, Spotify and Google, Chris combines creative thinking, design process and engineering experience to produce platforms and apps with genuine strategic value. Whether it's building new streaming platforms, big data tools or conceptual prototypes — his focus is always on delivering the latest technology, robustly and sustainably.

 Claire Mas Head of Digital, Island Records  Claire Mas leads and drives all things Digital at Island Records working with some top artists such as Sigrid, Robyn, Mumford & Sons, Ray BLK, Hozier, Drake and Sean Paul. She is an influential (and loud) voice in the digital music ecosystem having previously headed up digital at Communion, lead training for Music Ally and managed independent artists.

Claire Mas
Head of Digital, Island Records

Claire Mas leads and drives all things Digital at Island Records working with some top artists such as Sigrid, Robyn, Mumford & Sons, Ray BLK, Hozier, Drake and Sean Paul. She is an influential (and loud) voice in the digital music ecosystem having previously headed up digital at Communion, lead training for Music Ally and managed independent artists.


 Dan Griffiths Senior Director Interactive Marketing, The Orchard  Griffiths joined The Orchard in early 2013 and is now Senior Director, Interactive Marketing at the company's European Headquarters in London. Recent campaigns have included Jorja Smith ‘Lost & Found’ (FAMM), The XCERTS ‘Hold On To Your Heart’ (Raygun Music) & The Crib '24-7 Rock Star Shit' (Sonic Blew).

Dan Griffiths
Senior Director Interactive Marketing, The Orchard

Griffiths joined The Orchard in early 2013 and is now Senior Director, Interactive Marketing at the company's European Headquarters in London. Recent campaigns have included Jorja Smith ‘Lost & Found’ (FAMM), The XCERTS ‘Hold On To Your Heart’ (Raygun Music) & The Crib '24-7 Rock Star Shit' (Sonic Blew).

 Duncan Byrne Marketing Director, Involved Group  Duncan is Marketing Director for Involved Group, comprised of iconic dance imprints Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep, Involved Management (Above & Beyond, Lane 8, Dusky, Seven Lions) and Involved Publishing. Duncan’s career began in artist management, working with platinum selling Australian artists before spending four years in advertising producing experiential events and social strategies for clients such as Toyota, Diageo and Virgin Mobile. In his spare time he’s booked music festivals, dabbled in community radio, run club nights and DJ’d very poorly at several weddings.

Duncan Byrne
Marketing Director, Involved Group

Duncan is Marketing Director for Involved Group, comprised of iconic dance imprints Anjunabeats and Anjunadeep, Involved Management (Above & Beyond, Lane 8, Dusky, Seven Lions) and Involved Publishing. Duncan’s career began in artist management, working with platinum selling Australian artists before spending four years in advertising producing experiential events and social strategies for clients such as Toyota, Diageo and Virgin Mobile. In his spare time he’s booked music festivals, dabbled in community radio, run club nights and DJ’d very poorly at several weddings.

 Eamonn Forde Reports Editor, Music Ally  Eamonn Forde has been writing about all areas of the music business since 2001. He is reports editor at Music Ally and regularly writes for The Guardian, IQ, The Big Issue, Q and The Quietus among other titles. Eamonn completed his PhD at University of Westminster in 2001. His book on the final years EMI under Terra Firma will be published by Omnibus in February 2019.

Eamonn Forde
Reports Editor, Music Ally

Eamonn Forde has been writing about all areas of the music business since 2001. He is reports editor at Music Ally and regularly writes for The Guardian, IQ, The Big Issue, Q and The Quietus among other titles. Eamonn completed his PhD at University of Westminster in 2001. His book on the final years EMI under Terra Firma will be published by Omnibus in February 2019.

 Gemma Reilly Marketing Director, BMG UK In her role as Marketing Director for the UK, Gemma has led a number of successful campaigns for BMG, most recently Kylie Minogue’s #1 Gold Certified album ‘Golden’. Prior to that she also, with her team, took Rick Astley’s ‘50’ to the top of the charts selling over 300k albums and achieving Platinum status. With a firm belief in collaborative working Gemma consistently achieves significant career milestones with her artists who also include Jack Savoretti, whose last two albums have both gone Gold and sold a collective of over 300k copies in the UK and Gary Numan, whose recent album Savage made it to #2 in the Official Album Chart, his best chart result since 1980. In 2017 Gemma was included in Music’s Week’s Women In Music Roll Of Honour and prior to that was recognised in Management Today’s Top 35 Women In Business Under 35.

Gemma Reilly
Marketing Director, BMG UK
In her role as Marketing Director for the UK, Gemma has led a number of successful campaigns for BMG, most recently Kylie Minogue’s #1 Gold Certified album ‘Golden’. Prior to that she also, with her team, took Rick Astley’s ‘50’ to the top of the charts selling over 300k albums and achieving Platinum status. With a firm belief in collaborative working Gemma consistently achieves significant career milestones with her artists who also include Jack Savoretti, whose last two albums have both gone Gold and sold a collective of over 300k copies in the UK and Gary Numan, whose recent album Savage made it to #2 in the Official Album Chart, his best chart result since 1980. In 2017 Gemma was included in Music’s Week’s Women In Music Roll Of Honour and prior to that was recognised in Management Today’s Top 35 Women In Business Under 35.

 Hannah Neaves Head of Global Artist Marketing and Development, TaP Music  Hannah is head of global artist marketing and development at TaP Music, overseeing the strategic development of artists across both the TaP Management and TaP Records rosters.  Prior to joining TaP in 2018, Hannah was director of marketing at Atlantic Records UK for three years and head of artist development at Polydor Records UK for five years and has overseen the campaigns of artists as diverse as Rihanna, James Blake and Ed Sheeran.

Hannah Neaves
Head of Global Artist Marketing and Development, TaP Music

Hannah is head of global artist marketing and development at TaP Music, overseeing the strategic development of artists across both the TaP Management and TaP Records rosters.

Prior to joining TaP in 2018, Hannah was director of marketing at Atlantic Records UK for three years and head of artist development at Polydor Records UK for five years and has overseen the campaigns of artists as diverse as Rihanna, James Blake and Ed Sheeran.

 John Leahy Director, Ignition Records  John Leahy has worked in the music industry for over 25 years, including spells as the Marketing Director at EMI Records and Polydor as well as the General Manager at Domino. As well as being able to reference both major and independent experience he is also an artist manager with a cross section of clients including She Drew The Gun.

John Leahy
Director, Ignition Records

John Leahy has worked in the music industry for over 25 years, including spells as the Marketing Director at EMI Records and Polydor as well as the General Manager at Domino. As well as being able to reference both major and independent experience he is also an artist manager with a cross section of clients including She Drew The Gun.

 Kara Mukerjee Head of Digital, RCA Label Group UK  Kara has spent the past 14 years focusing on innovative digital marketing, new technology, web & mobile development and design. She has been responsible for artist, corporate, B2B, & e-commerce websites, mobile apps, and multi-platform subscription services for major labels and independent artists alike.  Currently she is Head of Digital across RCA Label Group UK and newfound label Since ‘93’s roster. Previously she led product strategy and technical development for streaming subscription services at Universal Music UK, as well as the developer-facing aspect of EMI’s groundbreaking openEMI initiative.

Kara Mukerjee
Head of Digital, RCA Label Group UK

Kara has spent the past 14 years focusing on innovative digital marketing, new technology, web & mobile development and design. She has been responsible for artist, corporate, B2B, & e-commerce websites, mobile apps, and multi-platform subscription services for major labels and independent artists alike.

Currently she is Head of Digital across RCA Label Group UK and newfound label Since ‘93’s roster. Previously she led product strategy and technical development for streaming subscription services at Universal Music UK, as well as the developer-facing aspect of EMI’s groundbreaking openEMI initiative.

 Kevin Brown CEO, GigRev  Kevin Brown is the CEO of fan engagement company GigRev. GigRev provide artists with their own branded social and media apps to harness fan data and generate recurring fan revenue. Previously to that Kevin was an artist manager and managed amongst others The Australian Pink Floyd, taking them from theatres to The O2 and on to become the biggest tribute show worldwide. Prior to that Kevin was founder and CEO of Affiliate Window which was acquired by Axel Springer in Germany in 2010. GigRev launched in 2017 and works with artists from The Pearl Harts, who recently support The Kills to UB40

Kevin Brown
CEO, GigRev

Kevin Brown is the CEO of fan engagement company GigRev. GigRev provide artists with their own branded social and media apps to harness fan data and generate recurring fan revenue. Previously to that Kevin was an artist manager and managed amongst others The Australian Pink Floyd, taking them from theatres to The O2 and on to become the biggest tribute show worldwide. Prior to that Kevin was founder and CEO of Affiliate Window which was acquired by Axel Springer in Germany in 2010. GigRev launched in 2017 and works with artists from The Pearl Harts, who recently support The Kills to UB40

 Lars Ettrup CEO & Founder, Linkfire  #1 marketing and music launch platform used by top record labels and artists globally. Used by 65% of Billboards top 100, Linkfire connects over 600 million fans to music products across 300+ retailers, services and marketplaces.

Lars Ettrup
CEO & Founder, Linkfire

#1 marketing and music launch platform used by top record labels and artists globally. Used by 65% of Billboards top 100, Linkfire connects over 600 million fans to music products across 300+ retailers, services and marketplaces.

 Live McKay Commercial Director, Universal Music Norway  Live McKay, has 10 years experience of leading the digital teams of Universal Music Norway and Sweden.  She currently manages the Norwegian commercial team, who handles sales, analysis, digital partnerships, and marketing.

Live McKay
Commercial Director, Universal Music Norway

Live McKay, has 10 years experience of leading the digital teams of Universal Music Norway and Sweden.

She currently manages the Norwegian commercial team, who handles sales, analysis, digital partnerships, and marketing.

 Nikoo Sadr Director of Marketing and Sales, Nordics, The Orchard  Nikoo Sadr is currently Director of Marketing and Sales in the Nordics at worldwide music and film distribution company The Orchard. She moved over from the company's London office to open a Swedish branch in 2017 and currently leads marketing strategy for a wide roster of independent labels and artists as well as executing creative and engaging cross-platform digital marketing and advertising campaigns that create value for labels in the Nordic region.

Nikoo Sadr
Director of Marketing and Sales, Nordics, The Orchard

Nikoo Sadr is currently Director of Marketing and Sales in the Nordics at worldwide music and film distribution company The Orchard. She moved over from the company's London office to open a Swedish branch in 2017 and currently leads marketing strategy for a wide roster of independent labels and artists as well as executing creative and engaging cross-platform digital marketing and advertising campaigns that create value for labels in the Nordic region.

 Patrick Ross SVP, Digital Strategy, Music Ally  Originally from Atlanta, GA, Patrick graduated with honours from Belmont University in Nashville, TN with a BBA in music business. Since 2007 he’s been working in the UK music industry, initially working with indie labels until founding Delta Nine Online, a web presence management platform for artists. He served as Head of Digital Marketing for digital distributor AWAL, and eventually VP, Digital Marketing for Kobalt’s Music Recordings and Label Services division. 2018 saw him join Music Ally, as SVP, Digital Strategy where he oversees digital marketing campaigns and business strategy. Presently he’s residing in Lillehammer and teaching music business as part of LIMPI, the Lillehammer Institute of Music Production and Industry.

Patrick Ross
SVP, Digital Strategy, Music Ally

Originally from Atlanta, GA, Patrick graduated with honours from Belmont University in Nashville, TN with a BBA in music business. Since 2007 he’s been working in the UK music industry, initially working with indie labels until founding Delta Nine Online, a web presence management platform for artists. He served as Head of Digital Marketing for digital distributor AWAL, and eventually VP, Digital Marketing for Kobalt’s Music Recordings and Label Services division. 2018 saw him join Music Ally, as SVP, Digital Strategy where he oversees digital marketing campaigns and business strategy. Presently he’s residing in Lillehammer and teaching music business as part of LIMPI, the Lillehammer Institute of Music Production and Industry.

 Rachel Stoewer Head of Digital, Cooking Vinyl  Rachel Stoewer is Head of Digital at renowned indie label Cooking Vinyl Records in the UK. With over 10 years of international marketing experience on campaigns including Adele, Bob Dylan, Childish Gambino, CHVRCHES, MGMT, Mumford and Sons, Paul Simon, Passenger and Nina Nesbitt she oversees global digital strategy while remaining at the forefront of the digital landscape and new technologies.  American born, Rachel started her career as a College Marketing Rep for Sony Music in Minneapolis before moving to New York City to join Universal Republic's radio promotion team. She eventually returned to Sony to run the College Marketing Department before Glassnote records approached her to join their NYC team and eventually transferring her to the UK as Head of Marketing. She joined Cooking Vinyl Records in 2016.

Rachel Stoewer
Head of Digital, Cooking Vinyl

Rachel Stoewer is Head of Digital at renowned indie label Cooking Vinyl Records in the UK. With over 10 years of international marketing experience on campaigns including Adele, Bob Dylan, Childish Gambino, CHVRCHES, MGMT, Mumford and Sons, Paul Simon, Passenger and Nina Nesbitt she oversees global digital strategy while remaining at the forefront of the digital landscape and new technologies.

American born, Rachel started her career as a College Marketing Rep for Sony Music in Minneapolis before moving to New York City to join Universal Republic's radio promotion team. She eventually returned to Sony to run the College Marketing Department before Glassnote records approached her to join their NYC team and eventually transferring her to the UK as Head of Marketing. She joined Cooking Vinyl Records in 2016.

 Sam Hill Director, Digital Marketing, BMG UK  Sam Hill is Director of Digital Marketing at BMG UK, responsible for frontline digital artist campaigns over socials, advertising, content and more.  Previously, Sam worked for The BBC and PIAS before moving to Infectious Music where he worked on campaigns for the likes of alt-J, Vance Joy, The Temper Trap, Local Natives and Drenge. Infectious Music became part of BMG in 2014 and since then Sam has worked on campaigns for Kylie Minogue, Lil Dicky, Rick Astley, Rejjie Snow and Jack Savoretti.

Sam Hill
Director, Digital Marketing, BMG UK

Sam Hill is Director of Digital Marketing at BMG UK, responsible for frontline digital artist campaigns over socials, advertising, content and more.

Previously, Sam worked for The BBC and PIAS before moving to Infectious Music where he worked on campaigns for the likes of alt-J, Vance Joy, The Temper Trap, Local Natives and Drenge. Infectious Music became part of BMG in 2014 and since then Sam has worked on campaigns for Kylie Minogue, Lil Dicky, Rick Astley, Rejjie Snow and Jack Savoretti.

 Stephen O’Reilly Head of Marketing and a Director, ie:music  ie:music was established in 1992 by two industry veterans, David Enthoven and Tim Clark. The company is focused solely on the management of artists and its philosophy is that their artists’ interests are paramount. ie:music manage artists including Robbie Williams, Passenger and Lily Allen amongst others.  As digital technology throws the music industry into turmoil, ie:music believes that great opportunities come from disarray. The company embraces digital technology as an extraordinary facilitator of artist – fan communications, as a means of encouraging transparency and of making everything from ticketing to downloading and streaming more effective and efficient.  Clark and Enthoven’s mantra: the artist and the fan are the two most important parts of the music industry, everything else is just the gloop in the middle!

Stephen O’Reilly
Head of Marketing and a Director, ie:music

ie:music was established in 1992 by two industry veterans, David Enthoven and Tim Clark. The company is focused solely on the management of artists and its philosophy is that their artists’ interests are paramount. ie:music manage artists including Robbie Williams, Passenger and Lily Allen amongst others.

As digital technology throws the music industry into turmoil, ie:music believes that great opportunities come from disarray. The company embraces digital technology as an extraordinary facilitator of artist – fan communications, as a means of encouraging transparency and of making everything from ticketing to downloading and streaming more effective and efficient.

Clark and Enthoven’s mantra: the artist and the fan are the two most important parts of the music industry, everything else is just the gloop in the middle!

 Stuart Dredge Editor-in-Chief, Music Ally  Stuart Dredge is a journalist in the UK who writes about the music industry, consumer technology and digital media. He is editor-in-chief at Music Ally, writing its daily news bulletin as well as analysis and interviews for its reports and website. He also writes technology and media features for the Observer; covers tech and apps for children's magazine The Week Junior; and writes for Medium about children’s technology and parenting.

Stuart Dredge
Editor-in-Chief, Music Ally

Stuart Dredge is a journalist in the UK who writes about the music industry, consumer technology and digital media. He is editor-in-chief at Music Ally, writing its daily news bulletin as well as analysis and interviews for its reports and website. He also writes technology and media features for the Observer; covers tech and apps for children's
magazine The Week Junior; and writes for Medium about children’s technology and parenting.

 Timothy Armoo CEO, Fanbytes  Timothy Armoo is the 23 year old CEO of Fanbytes, the worlds largest Snapchat influencer network helping brands like Universal, Warner, Sony and Apply Music to reach Generation Z on Snapchat. Fanbytes is Timo's 3rd company, having started his first at 14 and selling his second at 17. His entrepreneurial exploits have won him several awards including a Huffington Post Entrepreneur Award, 30u30 and being the youngest person ever to win the Black British Business Award.

Timothy Armoo
CEO, Fanbytes

Timothy Armoo is the 23 year old CEO of Fanbytes, the worlds largest Snapchat influencer network helping brands like Universal, Warner, Sony and Apply Music to reach Generation Z on Snapchat. Fanbytes is Timo's 3rd company, having started his first at 14 and selling his second at 17. His entrepreneurial exploits have won him several awards including a Huffington Post Entrepreneur Award, 30u30 and being the youngest person ever to win the Black British Business Award.

 Vivien Lewit Global Head of Artist Services, YouTube  Vivien Lewit is YouTube and Google Play Music’s global head of artist services. She directs a team of music ambassadors focused on developing and executing strategies to support the growth of artists’ careers on YouTube and Google Play Music. Vivien also oversees the company’s music content programming, including international live music events, music projects within YouTube Spaces, and special fan engagement activations.

Vivien Lewit
Global Head of Artist Services, YouTube

Vivien Lewit is YouTube and Google Play Music’s global head of artist services. She directs a team of music ambassadors focused on developing and executing strategies to support the growth of artists’ careers on YouTube and Google Play Music. Vivien also oversees the company’s music content programming, including international live music events, music projects within YouTube Spaces, and special fan engagement activations.

 Wesley T. A’Harrah Head of Training and Development, Music Ally  Wesley T. A’Harrah leads the development and delivery of Music Ally’s b2b training on a global level, with clients including all of the major record labels, numerous publishers, independents such as Beggars Group and Domino, brands such as Red Bull and Spotify, teams at Facebook and other media and entertainment organisations and agencies. Music Ally’s training is centred on highlighting the best digital tools and industry trends to help companies continually develop the sharpest strategies.  Wesley contributes to Music Ally’s Sandbox Reports on digital marketing tools, trends and marketing opportunities. Wesley also leads the music business curriculum development and delivery at LIMPI - Lillehammer Institute of Music Production and Industries, a masters-level year long songwriting and production school in Norway that counts Stargate, Espionage and Emily Warren among its primary mentors to students.

Wesley T. A’Harrah
Head of Training and Development, Music Ally

Wesley T. A’Harrah leads the development and delivery of Music Ally’s b2b training on a global level, with clients including all of the major record labels, numerous publishers, independents such as Beggars Group and Domino, brands such as Red Bull and Spotify, teams at Facebook and other media and entertainment organisations and agencies. Music Ally’s training is centred on highlighting the best digital tools and industry trends to help companies continually develop the sharpest strategies.

Wesley contributes to Music Ally’s Sandbox Reports on digital marketing tools, trends and marketing opportunities. Wesley also leads the music business curriculum development and delivery at LIMPI - Lillehammer Institute of Music Production and Industries, a masters-level year long songwriting and production school in Norway that counts Stargate, Espionage and Emily Warren among its primary mentors to students.