Cameroonian singers, Daphne Njie and Wax Dey will be representing Cameroon at the Africa Music Business Summit.
Leveraging the various opportunities available to African music stakeholders in a global Village will be the core discussion at the upcoming 2018 AFRICA MUSIC BUSINESS SUBMIT at the 5th AFRIMA – Ghana 2018 holding at Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast, Accra, from 8.30am to 4.30pm on Thursday November 22, 2018.
The annual AFRICA MUSIC BUSINESS SUMMIT at the AFRIMA is a panel discussion and a master class platform to interrogate, strategise and charting ways for the African talents and business of music in Africa.
AMBS is a platform for business networking and interaction among key players in the industry.
Expected participants are African Artistes, Music Professionals, Music Executives, Policy Makers and Government officials, African Union Officials, Publishing Companies, Record label Owners, Finance Sector, Music Associations, Arts and Culture Gurus, Media Owners and Executives and other stakeholders in the African music.
The annual Africa Music Business Summit is part of the line-up activities for AFRIMA, November 21 – 24, make it a date.