The chair and CEO of Universal Music Group International, Max Hole, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at Music Matters 2014 in Singapore.
Held each year as part of All That Matters, the event brings together music industry leaders for a programme of talks, workshops and performances, with an emphasis on digital technology and social media.
It is one of the largest events of its kind in the Asia Pacific region, attracting over 1,500 delegates from all over the world.
Hole has worked at Universal for over a decade, and managed the company’s Asian business prior to taking on the role of CEO.
Other speakers at the event include Anthony Zameczkowski, head of music at YouTube Asia Pacific, Shridhar Subramaniam, president at Sony Music India and Middle East, and Brian Message, co-manager of Radiohead.
Alongside talks on some of the most pressing issues in the industry, Music Matters will feature a line-up of performances with worldwide names including Simple Plan (Canada), flumpool (Japan) and Nidji (India).
All That Matters takes place from 20-25 May.
Photo: Delegates at last year’s All That Matters © Digital and Music Matters