LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Hollywood is getting ready to host MUSEXPO 2011, which is set to take place May 1-4, 2011 at the W Hotel on Hollywood Blvd.
MUSEXPO 2011 will kick the festivities off with a private private wine-tasting and music executive networking opening night reception at Drais (currently the entertainment hotspot of Los Angeles) on the rooftop of the W Hotel, which has become a signature networking event at the conference.
This year, the conference will focus on one of the world's healthiest and burgeoning music markets – Australia. In addition, leading music influencers and companies from key markets across the UK, mainland Europe, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Canada, India, South America, China, Japan, Middle East and Africa will be on hand at the conference.
The list of confirmed speakers for this year's event includes Michael Chugg (Chugg Ent.), Troy Carter (Coalition Media Group), (Marty Diamond (Paradigm), Ritch Esra (The Music Business Registry), Martin Kierszenbaum (Cherrytree Records), David Jones (Shazam Entertainment), Jeffrey Jampol (JAM Inc.) as well as numerous others.
MUSEXPO will also once again host the "Global Consumer Brands & Synch Summit," with over 60 music supervisors from film, TV, gaming, advertising and brands actively participating and engaging with content creators and owners.
MUSEXPO was created independently, a decade ago with its Founder Sat Bisla and long-time friend Dave Holmes (now worldwide manager of Coldplay), as a dinner to bring like-minded 'true music fans' who have given back to the music community. It has naturally evolved into a credible, honest and meaningful gathering that maintains its focus as a quality, boutique and fruitful event for those who attend. In addition, it's helped become a launching pad for emerging talent – artists such as Katy Perry, The Temper Trap, Jessie J, LMFAO and many others have successfully connected to the global music community through MUSEXPO, truly, the "United Nations of Music." – CelebrityAccess Staff Writers