Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Bandsintown
Based in New York, Fabrice is an entrepreneur with experience in the music and digital media industries. For ten years in Europe and fifteen years in the US, he led two start-ups from inception to over $100M in revenue. Fabrice launched his first start-up as Founder and CEO of Club-Internet in 1995, one of the very first and leading French consumer Internet Service Providers (ISP). Club-Internet was sold to Deutsche Telekom’s T-Online for €1.2 billion in 2000 with close to 1 million subscribers. He then co-founded Cellfish Media, a leading app publisher, and Bandsintown Group through organic growth and acquisitions. The Bandsintown live music discovery platform has 60 million registered users and 530,000 registered artists. In the first nine months of the pandemic, Bandsintown helped more than 19,000 artists market 70,000 live streams at no cost. Fabrice served as a board member of several prominent media and internet companies in Europe such as the supervisory board of the publicly traded T-Online (largest German ISP), digital media companies such as Le Monde Interactif (groupe Le Monde), Hachette Multimedia (Lagardere)and Lagardere Active (TV and Radio). He is regularly featured as a speaker at key music and tech events including SXSW, DLD, Billboard Conferences, Pollstar Live, Midem, Mobile World Congress, MusicBiz, and more. He was named as one of the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company in 2018.
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As we approach Year 2 of shelter-in-place for the U.S. and Canada, live-stream concert platforms have become the go-to for live music & innovation. Four of the industry’s most influential live-stream executives share the ever-evolving tips and tricks to pulling off a successful event at scale, and the role streaming tech will continue to play even after in-person concertgoing is able to resume.
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