Innovations to agony aunts: IQ78 out now
The July issue of IQ is now available online, and with a packed 64 pages it’s ideal for delving into on that long plane journey to your summer holiday destination, next festival site or business conference.
Issue 78 sees us commemorate a significant milestone for UK promoter Triple A Entertainment and examine 2018’s freshest new festival formats. We measure the pulse of the live music industry in Australia and New Zealand, and elsewhere features include the thriving touring exhibitions sector and international staging.
Elsewhere, AEG’s Jim King provides insight into the ethos behind the company’s successful new All Points East festival in London, while Nathalie Cox of CountryLine discusses the growth in popularity of country music outside of the United States. Our news analysis, meanwhile, delves into such subjects as corporate investment in the international festival market and the development of the live music industry in Africa.
And as if all that wasn’t enough for you, our resident Agony Auntie, Alex Hardee, provides advice to readers who are experiencing business-related difficulties – it’s a must read!
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