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Tomorrow: Hear from the woman who runs digital content at Beyoncé’s Parkwood Entertainment

Rachel Hislop is one of the panelists at Digital DUMBO and She Knows Now's event spotlighting women in the music industry.

How has technology changed the music industry? And what does it take to make it in the evolving scene?
A group of lady “dealmakers” will discuss those questions at “Dealmakers: Music+Culture+Commerce” on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Projective Space (72 Allen St.).
Event company Digital DUMBO and content platform She Knows Now organized the evening to recognize “women who have been slaying behind the scenes, molding the new rules of dealmaking in the digital age,” according to the event description.
Get tickets ($30)
Panelists include:

  • Rachel Hislop, online content manager at Parkwood Entertainment
  • LaTasha Owens Hobdy, sponsorship and branded entertainment manager at Verizon
  • Nur Ozdamar, vice president for strategy and brand partnerships at Universal Music Group
  • Marissa Shrum, group strategy director at Mother

The panel will be moderated by Tiffany Hardin, She Knows Now founder. An adjunct professor at NYU’s Clive Davis School of Music, she started her career in the music industry and built a career in marketing strategies and brand management.
The panel discussion is sponsored by software development training program Dev Bootcampwhich was recently named as one of the best companies for people of color to work at by Good for POC.

Companies: Digital DUMBO
Series: Brooklyn

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