ON INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY, OUR SPOTLIGHT ON TWENTY WOMEN CONTRIBUTING TO IMPALA’S WORK IN THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS
Brussels, 8th March 2021,
Promoting a diverse and inclusive European independent music sector is a key priority for IMPALA all year long. International Women’s day is a great opportunity to put the spotlight on the women contributing to IMPALA’s work with our board and various projects in the independent sector.
This is IMPALA’s top twenty for International Women’s Day. Let’s shine a light on the women who have made their mark on IMPALA’s work in the past twelve months, in alphabetical order:
5. Jane Golding, IMPALA’s competition and regulatory lawyer, IMPALA podcast guest on Brexit (coming soon)
6. Remi Harris, finance expert and author of “Easy Money? the Definitive UK Guide to Funding Music Projects”, podcast guest on access to finance
7. Lucie Jacquemet, Network and Project Assistant, point person for IMPALA’s diversity and inclusion task force
16. Karla Rogožar, IMPALA Intern, point person for IMPALA’s sustainability task force
17. Helen Smith, IMPALA’s Executive Chair
More about IMPALA
IMPALA was established in 2000 and now represents over 5000 independent music companies. 99% of Europe’s music companies are small, micro and medium businesses and self-releasing artists. Known as the independents, they are world leaders in terms of innovation and discovering new music and artists – they produce more than 80% of all new releases and account for 80% of the sector’s jobs. IMPALA’s mission is to grow the independent music sector sustainably, return more value to artists, promote diversity and entrepreneurship, improve political access, inspire change, and increase access to finance.
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