I am getting ready for the next Travelling Teen Panel that will take the stage at the Music 4.5 conference on March 4th 2010.
Music 4.5 will bring together music tech start-ups, serial entrepreneurs, investors, artists, band managers and key industry players to share knowledge, discuss strategies for business success and debate market trends and evolution.
I am lining up a panel of 6 young people, aged 16 – 18 years old from a variety of backgrounds to give their feedback to the latest and greatest offerings from the music industry.
I have Zova (website coming soon) and RjDj lined up to present to the panel, and I have space for 2 more presenters. Here are the reasons why you really want to do this!
- This is a great way to show the world how keen you are to listen to your users
- You may find out some nuggets of information that could save you development and marketing costs down the line
- As we know, feedback is a gift – and in this case, it is a free gift as the event organisers are offering a FREE TICKET for each presenter!
If you have a product or service or a marketing campaign that you are targeting at teenage users and you want to take part, all you will need to do is prepare a 4 minute pitch that explains the user experience – I recommend that you do not do a live demo, but instead show a film or presentation. I will be on hand to help you with any questions that you have during this preparation.
On the day itself, you will make your presentation to the panel, which is facilitated by me and immediately afterwards, you will receive 6 minutes of feedback. The panel may ask you some questions and they may even give you some ideas on how to best develop or position your offering.
The session will start at 11.50 and the conference is at Cavendish Conference Centre, 22 Duchess Mews, London, W1G.9DT
I always write up the key insights from the event on my blog, and you can see a sample of this here:
So come on, mail me through the “Contact” page on my blog or direct to firstname.lastname@example.org and let’s start talking!