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Canadian Creative Accelerator: Music

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Date: January 4 to March 31, 2022
Venue: Various locations in the Los Angeles area
Location: Los Angeles, United States of America
Target Audience: Canadian-based record labels
Sector: Arts and cultural industries

Event Description:

The Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) is thrilled to share the application form for the winter music cohort of the Canadian Creative Accelerator (CCA). This iteration of the CCA will launch in January 2022 and is open exclusively to Canadian-based record labels. The objective of the program is to create tangible economic outcomes for the music companies who participate in the Accelerator.

This cohort will consist of three weeks of half-day sessions spread over three months, beginning January 2022. Programming will be designed to connect CCA participants with top LA record labels, music producers, music supervisors, A&R representatives and other key decision-makers in the LA music industry. Participants will take part in panels, networking events and one-on-one meetings, amongst other online events. The goal is to have a hybrid model with in person events and virtual sessions. This will ultimately depend on the restrictions in place with COVID-19. 

The program is open to record labels that meet the following criteria: 

The goal of the initiative is to help Canadian record labels accelerate their growth, connectivity and partnerships in Los Angeles/Hollywood. If you are a company that fits the requirements, we would be thrilled if you would apply. We would also be glad if you could please help us spread the news about this exciting opportunity as far and wide as possible in your networks.

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Activities organized by the Trade Commissioner Service

The Trade Commissioner, Guillaume Parent,, specializes in the creative industries sector for the US market and can provide information on this and other local events that you are considering, as well as advice on business development in the region. Services from the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service are offered free of charge to Canadian companies and organizations.

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