Native Tongue would like to congratulate our Head of Finance & Administration and Company Director, Chelsea Gough on being selected to attend the Music Cities Convention in Chengdu and a CLOCK bootcamp.
Having been a visual artist, teacher, law student and now business owner, Chelsea’s broad range of experiences make her a perfect candidate for the CLOCK program, with Chelsea hopeful that the program will “provide a pathway to bring these traditionally disparate areas together”. The chance to further Native Tongue Music Publishing’s opportunities in China will be a rewarding one, says Chelsea, “China is a necessary next step in the development of our business”.
Music Cities Convention takes place in Chengdu this week from the 11-12th of April. Music Cities Convention is the largest global reaching conference exploring the relationship between music and the built environment. Leaders and executives from across the public and private sectors will explore and define the impact of music ecosystems on our cities and urban life.
This opportunity was made possible thanks to the Victorian Music Development Office (VMDO).