Researched and analysed new and disruptive technologies, including developing business plans. Investigated companies for potential mergers or acquisitions, preparing materials for the Director. Worked with colleagues in London and overseas while effectively managing and prioritising projects. Organised events; booking rooms, demos, catering and liaising with colleagues and guests. Participated in team and interdepartmental meetings including determining action points. Hosted company events, greeting guests and providing guidance on scheduling and demos.
Contacted labels with regard to asset ownership conflicts using the YouTube Content ID system. YouTube video upload, optimisation and curation of videos for playlists. Registered products and recordings on myPPL. To aid the reissue of Definitely Maybe, recorded detailed information of historical press. Compiled a gig history and a chronology of key events for Oasis’s new website. Helped to produce tour budgets and itineraries, log royalty statements and check for accuracy.
Assisted with management of orders and checking the quality of audio delivered. Formatted the videos before syncing audio with lyrics, aiming for the highest accuracy to maintain the YouTube channel’s reputation for great content.
First point of contact for all visitors, responded to calls and email from parents, local authorities and staff. Booked appointments and rooms, coordinated events and made all efforts to be indispensable.
Created high-quality album reviews to increase website visitors, requesting quotes from PR. Imaginative writing produced to strict deadlines and styled to the audience. Both suggested unsigned bands to the editor and was asked to cover requests from artists’ teams.
This course investigates all aspects of the contemporary music industry by bringing together the study of music, law and business studies.
A Level Grades: English Literature, A*; Government and Politics, A; Geography, B