OPEN CALL for music business professionals & entrepreneurs in CSEE

Do you have a great idea for a music business or a music business project in its early stages? Are you in search of international contacts, mentoring or business opportunities? The music business development programme HEMI Incubator is on the lookout for new applicants to join the programme until March 22

The HEMI Incubator is aimed at music entrepreneurs and/or music related business professionals and companies from 9 Central and South Eastern European countries: the Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.

You can apply for the HEMI Incubator programme through two streams:

STREAM 1 > Acceleration Programme

For music professionals who have a business idea, want to create a new service, product or company related to the music industry, and need support to turn it into a tangible product or service.

STREAM 2 > Incubation Programme 

For music entrepreneurs and business professionals who want to develop their existing businesses and expand their markets.

The HEMI Incubator has been developed by the HEMI Initiative member organisations in collaboration with top industry experts and mentors and in partnership with some of the most active and goal-oriented music and tech organisations/associations in Europe such as the Found.Ation (GR), IMPALA (EU), the Music Innovation Hub (IT), Music Tech Europe (EU), Lift99 (EE).

Find out more about the HEMI Incubator programme and apply before March 22 here

HEMI Incubator Partners:

Found.ation (GR), Impala – Independent Music Companies Association (EU), Music Tech Europe (EU), Music Innovation Hub (IT), Lift99 (EE).

HEMI partners:

Τεχνόπολη Δήμου Αθηναίων – Technopolis City of Athens | SoundCzech | Music Estonia | |Password ProductionKBF | Tak Brzmi Miasto | Mastering the Music Business | Exit Foundation | SigicMajdnem Híres Rocksuli


Hub for the Exchange of Music Innovation – HEMI

HEMI, is an initiative of 10 music organizations from Central and South Eastern Europe (CSEE), co-funded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union, aiming to develop innovative business models and support artists and music business professionals to meet current market needs.

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