New York based branding and lifestyle company Ravenel Agency has done it again, as their successful The Deal Makers Conference enjoyed an amazing turnout as music enthusiasts, fans and future entrepreneurs came together to receive advice and insight about the keys to success from a panel of the industry’s leading music executives. Local artists were also given the special opportunity to showcase their music in front of the top tier panel.
Presented in Ohio, this is second conference as the Ravenel Agency continues to trek across the country connecting the dots between artists and taste makers as artists are able to attend various workshops and network in a more intimate setting. “This is the perfect opportunity for unsigned artists and producers to be heard and discovered by premiere industry and major label executives” explained Def Jam Records representative Quincy”Big Heff” Taylor.
Hosted by Rose D (Thisis50) and Bizkit, conference leaders included Lenny Santiago(VP of Roc Nation), Eric Parler (Sr. VP of Music Development, Def Jam), Young Sav (Maybach Music) and Steve Carless (President, CTE/Atlantic Records), media heavyweights Vanessa Satten (Editor in Chief, XXL Magazine), Karen Civil, Reggie Hawkins (SiriusXM) plus TV Executive, Publicist More Media LLC CEO Alvina Alston, Cleveland’s own DJ Steph floss, DJ K Nyce, Ryan Wolf and many more.
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Explained Civil, “The Deal Makers event is such a great way to help bring talent who are seeking guidance get the answers they need in their musical careers. Also giving them a chance to showcase their talents to industry elite that can help take them to the next level”.
Added Ravenel Agency Founder/CEO Amber Ravenel, “It was important for me to bring “The Deal Makers Conference” to the Midwest after discovering the wealth of undiscovered talent here. I wanted to expose Cleveland, OH to the real deal makers of the business. My aim was for attendees is to not only learn from seasoned professionals but to gain insight on the do’s and don’ts of the business. Participants also were afforded the opportunity to get a record deal on the spot; all of which has happened at the DMC to my delight.”