Creative producer, data visualisation designer and social entrepreneur, Ed founded DIY download portal Ten Tracks in 2007 and in 2010 was music director of what is now Scotland's largest DIY festival, Hidden Door. Ed has since founded profit-to-artists social enterprise Decagram and formed Delic.network in 2013, one of Informatics Ventures' top 60 emerging technology companies in 2017
Chief Executive Officer
Technology innovator, musician and producer of concerts for Philip Glass, Steve Reich, Diamanda Galas and the New York Dolls, John led mobile internet development for the telecom giant Ericsson in the 1990s. In 2000s, John Launched Pacific Quay, Europe’s first all- digital, fully HD production facility for the BBC.
Partnerships and Communications Director
Former Company Director at Katharine Hamnett, responsible for the global ethical and environmental brand across business development, product, image and communications. Sits on the global advisory board of Fashion Revolution and has an extensive C-level network within the music and wider creative industries.
Chief Technical Officer
Artist, musician and software developer designing and delivering web applications, mobile apps and digital installations for nearly two decades. Ted most recently led the development of numerous innovative applications at the University of Oxford, having previously directed New Media exhibit development at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. He co-founded critically acclaimed gig night Versus and performed as sonic annihilator The Foundling Wheel. His work has been featured in The New York Times Digital Edition.
Entrepreneur, musician and former music promoter at Edinburgh’s largest live music venue, hosting acts such as, Zane Lowe, The Libertines and Elbow. Co-founded one of the UK’s largest student event and marketing companies, worked for AIM listed Hutchison China Meditech, and has since worked as a commercial advisor across the consumer, digital, clean and fintech sectors, supporting companies to scale globally.
Currently the COO of Telegram Records in Stockholm, Björn served as the General Manager of Warner Music Sweden, Managing Director of Sony Music Sweden, Managing Director of BMG Sweden, and consults on digital transformation in the music industry, as well as being a founder of STHLM Music City, an accelerator and platform for music tech start-ups.
Vick Bain has extensive experience as a CEO in the music industry; leading the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers & Authors (BASCA), the professional association for the UK's music creators and the home of the Ivor Novello Awards for six years. Vick was enrolled into the MusicWeek Women in Music Awards ‘Roll Of Honour 2017’ and BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour Music Industry Powerlist 2018.
Cliff joined Lewis Silkin LLP as a Partner in April 2006 after over a decade as in-house counsel in the music and broadcast industry. Cliff is now part of the team spearheading our Media & Entertainment sector for the firm and he now acts for some of the world’s largest names in mobile, brands, recorded music, mobile, live music, radio, audio-visual production and online. He is also the founder and a director of "Eleven", a business advisory company working with disruptive business models in the world of Digital Media, Film and Sport.
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