Think you've got what it takes to start London's next essential clubnight, or reckon you've got an innovation like Boiler Room in you? If so, Edifeye are hosting their latest event at London's Regent Street Apple Store 7.30pm on Thursday 13th March that should be right up your street. This is the latest Edifeye event looking at life in the music industry, having brought Brownswood, Push & Run, and more along with them in January for a live panel covering the basics on starting your own record label.
The premise of this event is to not just to give advice on how to go about opening a club or hosting a party, but how to find ways to make a sustainable income out of it, too. To do this, they've brought together some people who can put their money where their mouth is, with Nic Tasker (Principals/Boiler Room), Andy Peyton (XOYO/The Nest/Scandalism), James Benenson (FOUND/Urban Nerds) and Rob Tominey (Snowboxx Festival) all set to appear on the panel.
Head to the Apple Store site to register for a free ticket to the event.