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Music P.E.I. has rebranded its new business growth program to Takin Care of Business and expanded to include emerging artists.
The association launched its new business growth program in 2016 with a focus on helping artists to improve business practices and create new revenue opportunities. The re-branded program retains many of the same components and goals, but the eligibility criteria has been expanded.
John MacPhee from the local band Paper Lions has once again been hired to deliver the program.
Participants in the last round included Catherine MacLellan, The Royal North and Meaghan Blanchard.
Music P.E.I. will once again have four spots in this program.
The total cost of the program is $3,000 per participant, but with support from Innovation P.E.I. and ACOA, Music P.E.I. is able to offset the cost. Each participant contribution is $450.
Submission forms can be found at https://musicpei.com/investment-program/taking-care-of-business-program.php.