Sarah Guppy

Chief Operating Officer / Owner Director, Gig Life Pro / This Much Talent

Sarah Guppy is a publicist and marketing professional, who’s global perspective has been gained from years of working both in Australia and the UK. Working in the London office of This Much Talent led to setting up and becoming the Owner of their base in Melbourne. Sarah has experience in producer, songwriter and artist management, marketing, publicity, radio servicing, venue and music programming. To date, Sarah has worked as the booker and publicist for Melbourne venues Revolver, Shadow Electric, Horse Bazaar, Common Rooms and curates the live acts for Melbourne Fashion Week and VAMFF (formally L’Oréal Fashion Festival) as well as Mountain Goat’s annual Cans and Bands event alongside The Social Crew. Sarah is the COO of Gig Life Pro, a Singapore based music consultancy that enables the music industry in the Asia-Pacific to grow their business through trusted connections with market experts. Gig Life Pro builds purposeful networking opportunities for its curated global community of agents, record labels, label services, managers, promoters and venues. GLP also has a standalone ability to create authentic, bespoke B2B experiences in collaboration with festivals, conferences, brands, government agencies and service providers. Sarah has worked on networking events in Singapore, Seoul, Busan, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong and Manila. Sarah has been a speaker on panels at industry conferences and events including BIGSOUND (Brisbane), Face The Music (Melb), Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Stonnington Jazz Festival, APRA & Music Victoria Workshops (Melb), SONIK (Manila) Indie Week (Canada), Vietnam Music Week, Indie-Con Australia and has participated as a mentor on programs for The Push, Live Music Professionals, MIME (Music Industry Mentoring Edge) and the AIR Women In Music Mentor Program. This Much Talent Owner/Director - https://thismuchtalentau.com/ Gig Life Pro - COO - https://giglifepro.com/

Sarah is speaking at

February 16, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Description

This session (NOT A TYPICAL PANEL!), will focus on international collaboration of the music community, exemplified by the co-sponsors, speakers and Screen X Screen, who together work for all; across country and language differences, for creators, fans and committed music executives in all areas to facilitate international trade and development. It will offer introductions and connections for all participants in a fast paced, informative, networking bonanza. It's a result of 5 years of CAB and Mondo, all with LyricFind support, and 4 years of all of us, including many of the speakers, working closely with Indie Week and with CIMA and many others. In a tragic time for too many, we come together to celebrate the individuals and organizations, including all Indie Week delegates, who continue to network, learn, move forward, solve problems, work together, beyond any perceived differences, always for mutual benefit. It will be fun! Chats and direct messages will be flowing. Just afterwards, there will be a networking afterparty of breakout rooms, as I'm sure you've all experienced on Zoom over the past months.

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