The 2023 Music Business Academy (MBA) For Africa Finally Lands In Tanzania | Here Are 5 Things You Should Know
A seismic shift is about to shake the very foundations of Tanzania's music industry as the highly anticipated Music Business Academy (MBA) for Africa unveils its groundbreaking training program for the year 2023.
After so much anticipation and cliff-hanging music stakeholders finally Music Business Academy (MBA) for Africa in partnership with Tanzania Music Business Academy, has landed in Tanzania, a move that is poised to reshape the landscape of Tanzanian music like never before.
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From artists, and music producers to label executives, here are 5 things you should know about the 2023 Music Business Academy (MBA) for Africa program as it lands for the very first time in Tanzania:
1.Creatives That Are Involved
The 2023 initiative is poised to revolutionize the Tanzanian music landscape like never before by empowering artists, label executives, and music producers with the knowledge and skills needed to conquer the ever-evolving world of music.
2. Expanding Boundaries
Following its resounding success across the African continent, the MBA program is expanding its horizons to Tanzania, adding another jewel to its crown.
With a track record of transformative impact in countries such as Nigeria, Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Ghana, and Uganda, the expansion solidifies the program's commitment of unlocking the full potential of Africa's music industry.
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3. Strategic Patnerships
The MBA program owes its triumph to its strategic partnerships with industry titans from around the globe.
Through partnerships with renowned companies like Sony Music Publishing West Africa, Ally Music, and YouTube from the United States, Tanzanian music professionals will gain access to unparalleled expertise and educational resources from the 2023 Music Business Academy (MBA) for Africa program.
4. Bridging The Gap
This year's program goes beyond boundaries by offering training in three major languages: English, Swahili, and French. By breaking down linguistic boundaries, the program aims to foster inclusivity and provide equal opportunities for the Tanzanian participants.
The program will take place for 9 months starting from starting in July 2023 and ending in March 2024 where as participants will delve into the complexities of music licensing and unravel the mysteries of artist management.