CityReps are at the core of what we do, and they play an instrumental role in creating our global network of local music promoters and thereby riveting live performances across the board. However, it’s not just a one-way street. There are plenty of ways in which youbloom gives back to a whole host of our local music promoters we work with aka CityReps. Let’s get right into it:
1. Expand your reach of artists, vendors and music industry professionals
While you are already skillful in your field, you will now tap into your potential of positioning yourself as an absolute expert. Your magnitude of reach in the music business will be global, cross-cultural and multi-dimensional. The role of CityRep involves liaising with every stakeholder in the business, thereby helping you in creating your own global network.
2. Time to take the lead: you manage your own army
Being a CityReps involves micromanaging a team of individuals locally, who will support you in putting on shows. You’re the head honcho for your city, which means being CityRep allows you to develop your skills in inspiring and motivating those around you to create the best live music experience in town.
3. Monetise your efforts
youbloomConnect gives you the opportunity to monetise every show you curate. The more shows you do, the better the chances are to monetise.
4. Build your repertoire
Your title as a CityRep with youbloomConnect not only gives you an opportunity to learn, grow and hone your skills, but your contacts as well. While you're playing the role of a local music promoter, your reach, however, is going to be global. Building your expertise and network are some of the key perks of being involved with youbloom!
To find out more or sign up as a CityRep, click here: https://www.youbloom.com/cityrep/
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I'm a music business professional with an innate interest for music and subcultures! Nothing brings me more joy than to hear about people's newest music obsession, I can tell you I am currently digging a lot of OK Go.